Tomintoul Parish Church

Tomintoul Parish Church

Denomination: Church of Scotland
Address: Main Street , Tomintoul , AB37 9HA
Local Authority: Moray
Listing: B

Church Overview

Originally built as one of Thomas Telford’s Parliamentary Churches, Tomintoul Church opened for worship in 1827. John Robertson of Inverness substantially remodelled the church in 1898-1900 giving it a new elevation with freestone buttresses and pinnacles and a new full-height porch. The new Gothic interior has attenuated timber columns supporting perimeter vaulting to a flat plaster ceiling with open tracery timber trusses. There is an attractive wooden reredos behind the Communion Table installed in 1911. A small pipe organ by E F Walcker & Co was installed in 1903 and completely renovated by Walcker & Co in 2009.


Sundays 11.15 am.

Opening Arrangements

Open most days during daylight hours or by arrangement

Access for partially abled  Induction loop for the deaf Welcomers and guides on duty by arrangement. toilets available

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Tomintoul Parish Church


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