Maryburgh Places

Maryburgh Community Collage

Following extensive renovations in 2019, members of the church and community were welcomed to an Opening Service on Saturday 2 November.

Throughout the renovations, Mr Joseph Cox faithfully recorded each stage, and RCHS is grateful to him for making his photographic record available.

[NB Photographs will appear as time permits.]

Maryburgh Free Church - A History of 150 years

The Church with a View

To find out more about Maryburgh Church and its history of 150 years by Charles W. Muirden click on the link below:

A History of Maryburgh Free Church

Maryburgh Churches

The Free Church

The Free Church was completed in 1840.

This shows the interior of the church and the impressive pulpit with the emblem of the Burning Bush.

A view of the interior taken from the gallery.

This pulpit fall was embroidered by Mrs. Mackay of Fortrose and shows the Burning Bush. This is the emblem of the church and is taken from the story of Moses and the Burning Bush.  The inscription reads NEC TAMEN CONSUMBATUR meaning "It was not consumed"

Commemorative plates.

The millstone which was engraved on the 150th anniversary of the building of the church.

A modern covering on the well in the manse grounds.

The Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses

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