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St Fittick's Church

11 September 2021 (Online)

12 September 2021 (Online)

Aberdeen City

The building was designed by Mr A.H.L MacKinnon, Architect. The plans provided for a church in the Gothic style of architecture, which when completed would contain 818 sittings, the part to be built at once would provide for 550 sittings at a cost of about £2000. Within a year of building starting the church was ready for use, the dedication service taking place on 24 November 1899.

Digital Resources

Archaeology Presentation

Ali Cameron, Archaeoligist will discuss the Medieval church, Graveyard and Manse excavation.

Learn from a local historian about the site!

Key Information

Architect: AHL Mackinnon

Building Date: 1896-99

  • Walker Road
  • Torry
  • Aberdeen
  • AB11 8DL