Fraserburgh Old Parish Church

Fraserburgh Old Parish Church

Denomination:   Church of Scotland
Address:   The Square, Fraserburgh, AB43 9HH
Local Authority:   Aberdeenshire
Listing:   C

Church Overview

The present building dates from 1801, with a church on this site since 1572. Classical Georgian church designed by Alexander Morrice. The pulpit is one of the highest in Scotland and the superb memorial window designed by Douglas Strachan 1906 was gifted by Sir George Anderson, Treasurer of the Bank of Scotland, in memory of his parents. A front pew in the south gallery is marked as the place where Marconi, pioneer of wireless telegraphy, worshipped during his stay in Fraserburgh. Unaltered Forster & Andrews 2-manual organ of 1892. Parking at church centre 400yds from church.


Sundays:11.00am and 6.00pm

Opening Arrangements

Open by arrangement


Access for partially abled  Induction loop for the deaf  toilets available  refreshments

Image Gallery

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Fraserburgh Old Parish Church


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