Aberlour Parish Church

Aberlour Parish Church

Denomination:   Church of Scotland
Address:   The Square, Aberlour, AB38 9QB
Local Authority:   Moray
Listing:   B  

Church Overview

Originally dedicated to St Drostan, the church was built in 1812. The neo-Norman tower 1840 by William Robertson, architect, Elgin, was the sole survivor of a disastrous fire in 1861. George Petrie, architect, rebuilt the church in neo-Norman style. Choir added 1933 by J Wittet in memory of Sir James Ritchie Findlay. First organ by Brindley & Foster 1900, rebuilt by Ernest Lawton 1932, and present organ rebuilt by Sandy Edmonstone 1991.


Sundays: 11.15am.

Opening Arrangements

Open by arrangement

Access for partially abled  Induction loop for the deaf toilets available

Image Gallery

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Aberlour Parish Church


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