List of Church of Scotland parishes

List of Church of Scotland parishes

The Church of Scotland, the national church of Scotland, divides the country into presbyteries, which are subdivided into parishes, each served by a parish church, usually with its own minister. Unions and readjustments may however result in a parish having more than one building, or several parishes sharing a minister. There are currently 43 presbyteries in Scotland, and around 1500 parishes. In addition, the Church of Scotland has three presbyteries outwith Scotland: the Presbytery of England, the Presbytery of Europe and the Presbytery of Jerusalem. These presbyteries have "gathered congregations" rather than parishes.

What follows is a list those Church of Scotland parishes, congregations and places of worship. Use Category:Church of Scotland for an alphabetical index of parishes with Wikipedia articles. A complete list of parishes with statistical data will be found in the Church of Scotland Yearbook (known as the Red Book). See also List of Church of Scotland synods and presbyteries.

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Presbytery of Aberdeen

Presbytery Clerk: Rev Dr Ian A. McLean

Aberdeen City Parishes

Location Dedication Minister Details
Bridge of Don: Old Machar Vacant charge Sunday 10.30am

Sunday 6.30pm (on the first Sunday of the month)

Bridge of Don: St Columba's St Columba Rev Louis Kinsey Sunday 10.00am

Sunday 6.00pm

Cove Vacant charge Sunday 10.15am
Craigiebuckler Rev Kenneth L. Petrie Sunday 11am (September to June)

Sunday 10am (July to August)

Denburn charge dissolved parish merged with that of Gilcomston South
Ferryhill Rev John H. A. Dick Sunday 10.00am (July to August)

Sunday 11.00am (September to June)

Sunday 6.00pm (third Sunday in January to May and September to October)

Tuesday 12.10pm (15 minutes) (third Tuesday of month)

Garthdee

(linked with Ruthrieston West)

Rev Dr Benjamin D. W. Byun Sunday 11.30am
Gilcomston South Rev D. Dominic Smart Sunday 11.00am

Sunday 6.30pm

Tuesday 12.45pm (30 minutes) (fortnightly)

Wednesday 7.15pm

Saturday 7pm

High Hilton Rev A. Peter Dickson Sunday 11.00am

Sunday 6.30pm

High Kirk of St Machar

(St Machar's Cathedral)

St Machar Rev Alan D. Falconer Sunday 11.00am

Sunday 6.00pm

Holburn West Rev Duncan C. Eddie Sunday 11.00am
Mannofield Rev Keith T. Blackwood Sunday 9.30am

Sunday 11.00am

Sunday 6.30pm

Wednesday 8.00pm

Mastrick Rev Lesley P. Risby Sunday 11.00am
Middlefield Rev Elspeth Harley Sunday 11.00am
Midstocket

(Union of the former St Ninian's and Beechgrove Churches)

Rev Marion Cowie Sunday 10.30am
New Stockethill Rev Ian M. Aitken Woodhill Court: Sunday 10.00am (first Sunday of the month only)

Cairncry Community Centre: Sunday 10.30am

Northfield Rev Scott C. Guy Sunday 10.30am
Queen Street

(union of North Church of St Andrew and Greyfriars John Knox Church )

Rev Graham D. S. Deans Sunday 11.00am
Queen's Cross Rev Scott Rennie Sunday 10.00am

Sunday 11.00am (September to June only)

Wednesday 1.15pm (September to June only)

Rosemount Rev A. David M. Graham Sunday 11.00am
Rubislaw Rev Andrew G. N. Wilson Sunday 9.30am (March to May and September to November)

Sunday 11am (March to May and September to November)

Sunday 10.00am (June to August)

Sunday 11am (December to February)

Ruthrieston West

(linked with Garthdee)

Rev Benjamin D.W. Byun Sunday 10.00am
South Holburn

(merger of Holburn Central and Ruthrieston South)

Rev George S. Cowie Sunday 10.30am
St George's Tillydrone St George Rev James Weir 11.15am
St John's for Deaf People St John Rev John R. Osbeck Sunday 11.00am (first, third and fifth Sunday of the month only)
St Mark's St Mark Vacant charge Sunday 10am (July and August)

Sunday 11am (September to June)

St Mary's St Mary Rev Elsie J. Fortune Sunday 11.00am
St Nicholas' Uniting Kirk St Nicholas Rev Stephen Taylor Sunday 9.30am (June to September)

Sunday 11.00am

St Nicholas' Kincorth South St Nicholas Rev Edward C. McKenna Sunday 10.00am

Sunday 6.30pm

St Stephen's

(Powisgate and Causewayend)

St Stephen Rev Maggie Whyte Sunday 11.00a

Sunday 7.30pm (September to June only)

Summerhill Vacant charge Sunday 11.00am
Torry St Fittick's St Fittick Rev Iain C. Barclay Sunday 9.30am (June to August only)

Sunday 11.00am

Woodside Rev Markus Aufferman Sunday 11.00am

Outlying Parishes

Location Dedication Minister Details
Bucksburn Stoneywood Rev Nigel Parker Sunday 9.45am

Sunday 11.00am

Cults Rev Ewen J. Gilchrist Sunday 10.30am
Dyce Rev Manson Merchant Sunday 9.30am (second and last Sundays of the month)

Sunday 11.00am

Sunday 6.30pm (first and third Sundays of the month)

Kingswells Rev Dolly Purnell Sunday 11.00am
Newhills Rev Hugh Wallace Sunday 10.30am

Sunday 6.00pm

Peterculter Rev John A. Ferguson Sunday 10.30am

Presbytery of Abernethy

Presbytery Clerk: Rev James A.I. MacEwan

Location Dedication Minister Details
Abernethy

(linked with Cromdale and Advie)

Rev James A. I. MacEwan Sunday 9.30am (family service)

Sunday 12.00noon (traditional service) (held in Old Kirk from last Sunday in June to end of August)

Alvie and Insh Rev Ron C. Whyte Alvie Church: Sunday 7.00pm

Insh Church: Sunday 9.30am

Aviemore St Andrew Rev Ron C. Whyte Sunday 11.15am
Boat of Garten and Kincardine

(linked with Duthil)

Rev David W. Whyte Boat of Garten Church: Sunday 10.00am

Kincardine Church: Sunday 6.00pm (and on the second Sunday from March to November)

Cromdale and Advie

(linked with Abernethy)

Rev James A. I. MacEwan Cromdale Church: Sunday 10.30am (except first Sunday of the month)

Advie Church: Sunday 10.30am (first Sunday of the month only)

Dulnain Bridge

(linked with Grantown-on-Spey)

Rev Morris Smith Sunday 12.00noon
Duthil

(linked with Boat of Garten and Kincardine)

Rev David W. Whyte Sunday 11.30am
Grantown-on-Spey

(linked with Dulnain Bridge)

Rev Morris Smith Sunday 10.30am
Kingussie St Columba Rev Helen Cook Sunday 11.00am
Laggan

(linked with Newtonmore)

Rev Catherine Buchan Sunday 10.00am
Newtonmore

(linked with Laggan)

St Bride Rev Catherine Buchan Sunday 11.15am
Tomintoul linked with Glenlivet and Inveravon Rev Sven S. Bjarnason Tomintoul Church: Sunday 11.15am

Inveravon Church: Sunday 9.30am

Presbytery of Angus

Presbytery Clerk: Rev Michael S Goss

Location Dedication Minister Details
Aberlemno

(linked with Guthrie and Rescobie)

Rev Brian Ramsay Sunday 10.30am

(times change monthly with Guthrie and Rescobie)

Arbirlot

(linked with Carmyllie)

currently vacant Sunday 11.00am
Arbroath: Knox's

(linked with Arbroath: St Vigeans)

Rev Dr Nelu Balaj Sunday 10.00am
Arbroath: Old and Abbey St Thomas Becket Rev Dr Valerie L. Allen Sunday 11.00am

Wednesday 7.00pm

Arbroath: St Andrew's St Andrew Rev Dr W. Martin Fair Sunday 10.00am (July and August only)

Sunday 11.00am

Sunday 8.00pm (first Sunday of the month)

Wednesday 10.30am

Arbroath: St Vigeans St Vigean/St Fechin Rev Dr Nelu Balaj Sunday 11.30am
Arbroath: West Kirk Rev Alasdair G. Graham Sunday 11.00am
Barry

(linked with Carnoustie)

Rev Michael S. Goss Sunday 10.00am (July and August only, July in Carnoustie Church)

Sunday 11.00am (September to June)

Brechin: High Kirk

(Brechin Cathedral)

Rev Roderick G Graham Sunday 10.30am

Other times as advertised

All age family worship on the first Sunday every month

Presbytery of Annandale and Eskdale

  • Annan: Old Parish Church
  • Annan: St. Andrew's Parish Church
  • Applegarth, Sibbaldbie and Johnstone Parish Church
  • Brydekirk Parish Church
  • Canonbie United Parish Church
  • Dalton Parish Church
  • Dornock Parish Church
  • Gretna: Old, Gretna: St. Andrew's and Half Morton and Kirkpatrick Fleming Parish Church
  • Hightae Parish Church
  • Hoddam Parish Church
  • Kirkpatrick Juxta Parish Church
  • Kirtle-Eaglesfield Parish Church
  • Langholm, Eskdalemuir, Ewes and Westerkirk Parish Church
  • Liddesdale Parish Church
  • Lochmaben Parish Church
  • Lockerbie: Dryfesdale, Hutton and Corrie Parish Church
  • Middlebie Parish Church
  • Moffat: St. Andrew's Parish Church
  • St. Mungo Parish Church
  • The Border Kirk
  • Tundergarth Parish Church
  • Wamphray Parish Church
  • Waterbeck Parish Church

Presbytery of Ardrossan

  • Isle of Arran
    • Brodick Church
    • Corrie Church
    • Kilmory Church
    • Lamlash Church
    • Lochranza and Pirnmill Church
    • Shiskine Church
    • Whiting Bay and Kildonan Church
  • Ayrshire mainland
    • Barony St John's Church, Ardrossan
    • Park Church, Ardrossan
    • High Church, Beith
    • Trinity Church, Beith
    • St Margaret's Parish Church, Dalry
    • Trinity Church, Dalry
    • Fairlie Parish Church, Fairlie
    • Auld Kirk, Kilbirnie
    • St Columba's Church, Kilbirnie
    • Fergushill Church, Kilwinning
    • Mansefield Trinity Church, Kilwinning
    • Old Abbey Church, Kilwinning
    • Clark Memorial Church, Largs
    • St Columba's Church, Largs:
    • St John's Church, Largs
    • Cumbrae Parish Church, Millport
    • New Trinity Church, Saltcoats
    • North Parish Church, Saltcoats
    • St Cuthbert's Church, Saltcoats
    • Ardeer Church, Stevenston:
    • High Kirk, Stevenston
    • Livingstone Church, Stevenston
    • Overton Church, West Kilbride:
    • St Andrew's Church, West Kilbride

Presbytery of Argyll

  • Kilarrow Parish Church (The Isle of Islay's famous round church)
  • Kilchoman Linked with Kilmany and Portnahaven
  • Kilmany Linked with Kilchoman and Portnahaven
  • Portnahaven Linked with Kilchoman and Kilmany
  • Lismore Parish Church

Presbytery of Ayr

Presbytery of Buchan

  • Fraserburgh Old Parish Church.
  • Fraserburgh West Parish Church.

Presbytery of Caithness

Presbytery of Dumbarton

  • Alexandria
  • Arrochar linked with Luss
  • Baldernock
  • Bearsden: Baljaffray
  • Bearsden: Cross
  • Bearsden: Killermont
  • Bearsden: New Kilpatrick
  • Bearsden: Westerton Fairlie Memorial
  • Bonhill
  • Cardross
  • Clydebank: Abbotsford
  • Clydebank: Faifley
  • Clydebank: Kilbowie St Andrew's
  • Clydebank: Radnor Park
  • Clydebank: St Cuthbert's linked with Duntocher
  • Craigrownie linked with Rosneath: St Modan's
  • Dalmuir: Barclay
  • Dumbarton: Riverside
  • Dumbarton: St Andrew's
  • Dumbarton: West Kirk
  • Duntocher linked with Clydebank: St Cuthbert's
  • Garelochhead
  • Helensburgh: Park
  • Helensburgh: St Columba
  • Helensburgh: The West Kirk
  • Jamestown
  • Kilmaronock Gartocharn
  • Luss linked with Arrochar
  • Milngavie: Cairns
  • Milngavie: St Luke's
  • Milngavie: St Paul's
  • Old Kilpatrick Bowling
  • Renton: Trinity
  • Rhu and Shandon
  • Rosneath: St Modan's linked with Craigrownie

Presbytery of Dumfries and Kirkcudbright

Presbytery of Dundee

Presbytery of Dunfermline

Presbytery of Dunkeld and Meigle

Presbytery of Duns

  • Duns Parish Church

Presbytery of Edinburgh==

• Davidsons Mains Parish Church

•Drylaw Parish Church

Presbytery of Falkirk

  • Falkirk Old & St. Modans Parish Church
  • St. Andrew's West
  • Erskine Church
  • Grahamston United Church

Presbytery of Glasgow

Outwith the city

  • Banton linked with Tweecher [3]
  • Bishopbriggs: Kenmure [4]
  • Bishopbrigs: Springfield Cambridge
  • Broom [5]
  • Burnside-Blairbeth (union of Burnside and Blairbeth: Rodger Memorial) [6]
  • Busby [7]
  • Cadder [8]
  • Cambuslang (union of Cambuslang: Old, Cambuslang: St Andrew's, Cambuslang: Trinity St Paul's) [9]
  • Cambuslang Flemingston Hallside [10]
  • Campsie
  • Chryston
  • Eaglesham [11]
  • Fernhill and Cathkin
  • Gartcosh linked with Glenboig
  • Giffnock: Orchardhill [12]
  • Giffnock: The Park
  • Giffnock: South [13]
  • Greenbank
  • Kilsyth: Anderson [14]
  • Kilsyth: Burns and Old [15]
  • Kirkintilloch: Hillhead
  • Kirkintilloch: St Columba's
  • Kirkintilloch: St David's Mermorial Park [16]
  • Kirkintilloch: St Mary's [17]
  • Lenzie: Old [18]
  • Lenzie: Union [19]
  • Maxwell Mearns Castle [20]
  • Mearns [21]
  • Milton of Campsie
  • Netherlee [22]
  • Newton Mearns [23]
  • Rutherglen: Old [24]
  • Rutherglen: Stonelaw [25]
  • Rutherglen: West and Wardlawhill [26]
  • Stamperland [27]
  • Stepps
  • Thornliebank [28]
  • Torrance [29]
  • Williamwood

Within the City

  • Glasgow: Anderston Kelvingrove
  • Glasgow: Ballieston Mure Memorial [30]
  • Glasgow: Bailieston St Andrew's [31]
  • Glasgow: Balshagray Victoria Park
  • Glasgow: Barlanark Greyfriars [32]
  • Glasgow: Blawarthill
  • Glasgow: Bridgeton St Francis-in-the-East
  • Glasgow: Broomhill [33]
  • Glasgow: Calton Parkhead
  • Glasgow: Cardonald [34]
  • Glasgow: Carmunnock
  • Glasgow: Carmyle [35] linked with Kenmuir Mount Vernon [36]
  • Glasgow: Carnwadric
  • Glasgow: Castlemilk East linked with Castlemilk West
  • Glasgow: Cathcart Old
  • Glasgow: Cathcart Trinity (union of Cathcart: New and Cathcart: South) [37]
  • Glasgow: Cathedral (also known as the High or St Mungo's)
  • Glasgow: Clincarthill (union of Battlefield East and Mount Florida)
  • Glasgow: Colston Milton [38]
  • Glasgow: Colston Wellpark
  • Glasgow: Cranhill
  • Glasgow: Croftfoot [39]
  • Glasgow: Dennistoun New (union of Dennistoun Central and Blackfriars) [40]
  • Glasgow: Drumchapel St Mary's
  • Glasgow: Drumchapel St Andrew's
  • Glasgow: Drumchapel St Mark's
  • Glasgow: Easterhouse St George's and St Peter's [41]
  • Glasgow: Eastwood
  • Glasgow: Gairbraid
  • Glasgow: Gallowgate (union of St Luke's & St Andrew's and St Thomas' Gallowgate)
  • Glasgow: Gardner Street (Gaelic Essential) [42]
  • Glasgow: Garthamlock and Craigend East
  • Glasgow: Gorbals [43]
  • Glasgow: Govan and Linthouse (union of Govan Old Parish Church, Govan New, Linthouse St Kenneth's)
  • Glasgow: Govanhill Trinity
  • Glasgow: High Carntyne
  • Glasgow: Hillington Park
  • Glasgow: Hillhousewood St Christopher's
  • Glasgow: Hyndland [44]
  • Glasgow: Ibrox [45]
  • Glasgow: John Ross Memorial Church for Deaf People
  • Glasgow: Jordanhill
  • Glasgow: Kelvin Stevenson Memorial
  • Glasgow: Kelvinside Hillhead
  • Glasgow: King's Park [46]
  • Glasgow: Kinning Park
  • Glasgow: Knightswood St Margaret's
  • Glasgow: Langside [47]
  • Glasgow: Lansdowne
  • Glasgow: Lochwood
  • Glasgow: The Martyrs'
  • Glasgow: Maryhill [48]
  • Glasgow: Merrylea [49]
  • Glasgow: Mosspark
  • Glasgow: Newlands South [50]
  • Glasgow: North Kelvinside
  • Glasgow: Partick South [51]
  • Glasgow: Partick Trinity [52]
  • Glasgow: Penilee St Andrew's
  • Glasgow: Pollokshaws
  • Glasgow: Pollokshields [53]
  • Glasgow: Possilpark
  • Glasgow: Priesthill and Nitshill [54]
  • Glasgow: Queen's Park [55]
  • Glasgow: Renfield-St Stephen's [56]
  • Glasgow: Robroyston Church (New Charge Development)
  • Glasgow: Ruchazie
  • Glasgow: Ruchill [57]
  • Glasgow: St Andrew's East
  • Glasgow: St Columba (Gaelic Essential)
  • Glasgow: St David's Knightswood [58]
  • Glasgow: St Enoch's Hogganfield [59]
  • Glasgow: St George's-Tron
  • Glasgow: St James' (Pollock)
  • Glasgow: St John's Renfield
  • Glasgow: St Margaret's Tollcross Park
  • Glasgow: St Nicholas' Cardonald [60]
  • Glasgow: St Paul's
  • Glasgow: St Rollox [61]
  • Glasgow: Sandyford Henderson Memorial [62]
  • Glasgow: Sandyhills [63]
  • Glasgow: Scotstoun [64]
  • Glasgow: Shawlands (union of Shawlands: Cross and Shawlands: Old) [65]
  • Glasgow: Sherbrooke St Gilbert's
  • Glasgow: Shettleston New (Union of Eastbank and Carntyne: Old) [66]
  • Glasgow: Shettleston Old [67]
  • Glasgow: South Carntyne
  • Glasgow: South Shawlands [68]
  • Glasgow: Springburn
  • Glasgow: Temple Anniesland [69]
  • Glasgow: Toryglen
  • Glasgow: Trinity Possil and Henry Drummond [70]
  • Glasgow: Tron St Mary's [71]
  • Glasgow: Victoria Tollcross
  • Glasgow: Wallacewell (union of Balornock and Barmulloch)
  • Glasgow: Wellington
  • Glasgow: Whiteinch (New Charge Development [72])
  • Glasgow: Yoker

Presbytery of Gordon

Presbytery of Greenock and Paisley

Official Website

Presbytery of Hamilton

Presbytery Clerk: Rev. Shaw J. Paterson
Official Website

  • Airdrie: Broomknoll Parish Church [73]
  • Airdrie: Clarkston Parish Church
  • Airdrie: Flowerhill Parish Church [74]
  • Airdrie High Parish Church [75]
  • Airdrie: Jackson Parish Church [76]
  • Airdrie: New Monkland Parish Church (linked with Greengairs)
  • Airdrie: St Columba's Parish Church
  • Airdrie: New Wellwynd Parish Church [77]
  • Bargeddie Parish Church [78]
  • Bellshill: Macdonald Memorial Parish Church (linked with Bellshill Orbiston)
  • Bellshill: Orbiston Parish Church
  • Bellshill West Parish Church
  • Blantyre: Livingstone Memorial Parish Church
  • Blantyre Old Parish Church
  • Blantyre: St Andrew's Parish Church [79]
  • Bothwell Parish Church [80]
  • Calderbank Parish Church (linked with Airdrie Broomknoll)
  • Caldercruix and Longriggend Parish Church
  • Carfin Parish Church (linked with Newarthill)
  • Chapelhall Parish Church
  • Chapelton Parish Church (linked with Strathaven Rankin) [81]
  • Cleland Parish Church
  • Coatbridge: Blairhill Dundyvan Parish Church
  • Coatbridge: Calder Parish Church [82]
  • Coatbridge Middle Parish Church [83]
  • Coatbridge: New St Andrew's Parish Church (union of Clifon and St Andrew's) [84]
  • Coatbridge: Townhead Parish Church
  • Dalserf Parish Church [85]
  • East Kilbride: Claremont Parish Church [86]
  • East Kilbride: Greenhills Parish Church
  • East Kilbride: Moncrieff Parish Church [87]
  • East Kilbride: Mossneuk Parish Church
  • East Kilbride Old Parish Church [88]
  • East Kilbride South Parish Church [89]
  • East Kilbride: Stewartfield Parish Church (New Charge Development)
  • East Kilbride West Parish Church [90]
  • East Kilbride: Westwood Parish Church [91]
  • Glasford Parish Church (linked with Strathaven East)
  • Greengairs Parish Church
  • Hamilton: Burnbank Parish Church (linked with Hamilton North)
  • Hamilton Cadzow Parish Church
  • Hamilton: Gilmour and Whitehill Parish Church
  • Hamilton: Hillhouse Parish Church [92]
  • Hamilton North Parish Church
  • Hamilton Old Parish Church
  • Hamilton: St Andrew's Parish Church
  • Hamilton: St John's Parish Church [93]
  • Hamilton South Parish Church (linked with Quarter) [94]
  • Hamilton Trinity Parish Church [95]
  • Hamilton West Parish Church
  • Holytown Parish Church (linked with New Stevenston: Wrangholm Kirk) [96]
  • Kirk o' Shotts Parish Church (Salsburgh) [97]
  • Larkhall: Chalmers Parish Church
  • Larkhall: St Machan's Parish Church
  • Larkhall Trinity Parish Church
  • Motherwell: Crosshill Parish Church [98]
  • Motherwell: Dalziel St Andrew's Parish Church
  • Motherwell North Parish Church
  • Motherwell South Parish Church (union of South Dalziel and Manse Road)
  • Motherwell: St Margaret's Parish Church
  • Motherwell: St Mary's Parish Church
  • Newarthill Parish Church (linked with Carfin)
  • Newmains: Bonkle Parish Church (linked with Newmains Coltness Memorial) [99]
  • Newmains: Coltness Memorial Parish Church [100]
  • New Stevenston: Wrangholm Kirk Parish Church [101]
  • Overtown Parish Church
  • Quarter Parish Church [102]
  • Shotts: Calderhead Erskine Parish Church (including Allanton Church) [103]
  • Stonehouse: St Ninian's Parish Church [104]
  • Strathaven: Avendale Old and Drumclog Parish Church [105]
  • Strathaven East Parish Church (linked with Glasford) [106]
  • Strathaven: Rankin Parish Church (linked with Chapelton) [107]
  • Strathaven West Parish Church
  • Uddingston: Burnhead Parish Church [108]
  • Uddingston Old Parish Church [109]
  • Uddingston: Viewpark Parish Church
  • Wishaw: Cambusnethan North Parish Church [110]
  • Wishaw: Cambusnethan Old and Morningside Parish Church
  • Wishaw: Craigneuk and Belhaven Parish Church (linked with Wishaw Old) [111]
  • Wishaw Old Parish Church (linked with Craigneuk and Belhaven)
  • Wishaw: St Mark's Parish Church
  • Wishaw: South Wishaw Parish Church (union of Wishaw: Chalmers and Wishaw: Thornlie)

Presbytery of Inverness

Presbytery of Irvine and Kilmarnock

  • Dunlop Kirk, Dunlop
  • Old High Kirk, Kilmarnock

Presbytery of Jedburgh

  • St Mary's and Old Parish Church, Hawick
  • Wilton Church, Hawick

Presbytery of Kincardine and Deeside

  • Aberluthnott linked with Laurencekirk
  • Aboyne - Dinnet linked with Cromar
  • Arbuthnott, Bervie & Kinneff Parish Church
  • Banchory-Devenick and Maryculter-Cookney
  • Banchory Ternan East Church [112]
  • Banchory-Ternan West
  • Birse and Feughside
  • Braemar and Crathie
  • Cromar linked with Aboyne - Dinnet
  • Drumoak (H) and Durris
  • Dunnottar Parish Church
  • Glenmuick (Ballater)
  • Laurencekirk linked with Aberluthnott
  • Mearns Coastal Parish Church (Johnshaven & St Cyrus)
  • Mid Deeside (United churches of Torphins, Kincardine O'Neil and Lumphanan)
  • Newtonhill
  • Portlethen
  • Stonehaven: Fetteresso
  • Stonehaven: South
  • West Mearns

Presbytery of Kirkcaldy

  • Auchterderran: St Fothad's linked with Kinglassie
  • Auchtertool linked with Kirkcaldy: Linktown [113]
  • Buckhaven
  • Burntisland
  • Denbeath linked with Methilhill
  • Dysart
  • Glenrothes: Christ's Kirk, St Columba's, St Margaret's [114] and St Ninian's
  • Innerleven: East
  • Kennoway, Windygates and Balgonie: St Kenneth's
  • Kinghorn
  • Kinglassie linked with Auchterderran: St Fothad's
  • Kirkcaldy: Abbotshall, Linktown linked with Auchtertool [115], Pathhead [116], St Andrew's, St Bryce Kirk [117], St John's, Templehall, Torbain and Viewforth linked with Thornton
  • Leslie: Trinity [118]
  • Leven [119]
  • Markinch [120]
  • Methil [121]
  • Methilhill linked with Denbeath
  • Thornton linked with Kirkcaldy: Viewforth
  • Wemyss

Presbytery of Lanark

Presbytery of Lewis

  • Càrlabhagh (Carloway)

Presbytery of Lochaber

  • Acharacle linked with Ardnamurchan
  • Ardgour & Kingairloch linked with Strontian linked with Morvern
  • St Munda's Glencoe linked with Duror (of Appin)
  • Fort Augustus linked with Glengarry
  • Duncansburgh MacIntosh (Fort William) linked with Kilmonivaig
  • Kilmallie
  • Nether Lochaber linked with Kinlochleven
  • North West Lochaber

Presbytery of Lochcarron-Skye

Presbytery of Lothian

Presbytery of Melrose and Peebles

  • Ashkirk linked with Selkirk
  • Bowden
  • Caddonfoot linked with Galashiels: Trinity
  • Carlops linked with Kirkurd and Newlands linked with West Linton: St Andrew's
  • Channelkirk and Lauder
  • Earlston
  • Eddleston linked with Peebles: Old
  • Ettrick and Yarrow
  • Galashiels: Old and St Paul's
  • Galashiels: St John's
  • Galashiels: Trinity linked with Caddonfoot
  • Innerleithen, Traquair and Walkerburn
  • Kirkurd and Newlands linked with Carlops
  • Lyne and Manor
  • Melrose
  • Newtown linked with St Boswells linked with Maxton and Mertoun
  • Peebles: St Andrew's Leckie
  • St Boswells linked with Maxton and Mertoun linked with Newtown
  • Skirling linked with Broughton, Glenholm and Kilbucho
  • Stobo and Drumelzier linked with Broughton, Glenholm and Kilbucho
  • Stow: St Mary of Wedale and Heriot
  • Tweedsmuir linked with Broughton, Glenholm and Kilbucho
  • West Linton: St Andrew's linked with Carlops

Presbytery of Moray

  • Aberlour
  • Alves and Burghead
  • Bellie
  • Birnie and Pluscarden
  • Buckie North
  • Buckie: South & West
  • Cullen and Deskford
  • Dallas: St. Michael's Church
  • Duffus, Spynie and Hopeman
  • Dyke
  • Edinkillie
  • Elgin: High
  • Elgin: St. Giles' and St. Columba's South
  • Enzie
  • Findochty
  • Forres: St. Laurence
  • Forres: St. Leonard's
  • Keith: North, Newmill, Boharm & Rothiemay
  • Keith: St. Rufus, Botriphnie and Grange
  • Kinloss and Findhorn
  • Knockando, Elchies & Archiestown
  • Lossiemouth: St. Gerardine's High Church
  • Lossiemouth: St. James
  • Mortlach and Cabrach
  • Portknockie
  • Rafford
  • Rathven
  • Rothes
  • Speymouth
  • St. Andrew's-Lhanbryd and Urquhart

Presbytery of Orkney

  • St Magnus Cathedral

Presbytery of Perth

  • St. John's Parish Church, Perth
  • Letham St Mark's Church, Perth

Presbytery of Ross

Presbytery of St Andrews

Presbytery of Shetland

Presbytery of Stirling

Presbytery of Sutherland

Presbytery of Uist

  • Barra Parish Church

Presbytery of Wigtown and Stranraer

Due to the rural nature of the Wigtownshire area there is a high number of linked parishes, where a minster is shared between two or more parishes.

  • Ervie Kirkcolm linked with Leswalt
  • Glasserton and Isle of Whithorn linked with Whithorn: St Ninian's Priory
  • Inch linked with Stranraer: Town Kirk
  • Kirkcowan linked with Wigtown
  • Kirkinner linked with Sorbie
  • Kirkmabreck linked with Monigaff
  • Kirkmaiden linked with Stoneykirk
  • Leswalt linked with Ervie Kirkcolm
  • Mochrum
  • Monigaff linked with Kirkmabreck
  • New Luce linked with Old Luce
  • Old Luce linked with New Luce
  • Penninghame
  • Portpatrick linked with Stranraer: St Ninian's
  • Sorbie linked with Kirkinner
  • Stoneykirk linked with Kirkmaiden
  • Stranraer: High Kirk
  • Stranraer: St Ninian's linked with Portpatrick
  • Stranraer: Town Kirk linked with Inch
  • Whithorn: St Ninian's Priory linked with Glasserton and Isle of Whithorn
  • Wigtown linked with Kirkcowan

Presbytery of West Lothian

Outwith Scotland

Presbytery of England

Presbytery of Europe

Presbytery of Jerusalem

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