St Monans Auld Kirk
The Auld Kirk, St Monans dates from the mid-fourteenth century when it was founded by King David II. It has been in almost constant use as a place of worship and pilgrimage since then, although it has found other uses over the years too, most notably as stables for Oliver Cromwell’s horses!
Now the Kirk is facing a new future as the Church of Scotland has decided it no longer wants the responsibility of looking after this historic Kirk and the Community of St Monans are looking to see if we can take over the stewardship of the Kirk.
While we are undertaking this process, we thought it would be wonderful to let people have the chance to see inside the Kirk and give us ideas of what the building might be used for under Community ownership
NO BOOKING REQUIRED
Stewards will be present at the venue
Where to find us
- St Monans Auld Kirk
- St Monans
- KY10 2BX
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