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All Saints' Church, St Andrews

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All Saints' Church, St Andrews, is in North Castle Street, St Andrews, Fife, Scotland (grid reference NO512168). It is an active Scottish Episcopal Church[1] and is a Category A listed building.[2]

The first church building on the site was a temporary iron church made by Spiers of Glasgow in May 1903, which provided seating for 150 people. The foundation stone for a more permanent building was laid on 11 March 1907.[3] In that year a chancel and belltower designed by the Chester architect John Douglas were built.[4] The iron structure was moved to form the nave of the church. In June 1920 the foundation stone of a new nave was laid.[3] This was designed by Paul Waterhouse[5] and consecrated on 1 November 1923.[3]

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See also


  1. ^ All Saints' Church, St Andrews, All Saints' Church, St Andrews, retrieved 30 June 2009
  2. ^ Historic Environment Scotland, "All Saint's Episcopal Church and ancillary buildings, North Castle Street  (Category A) (LB40861)", retrieved 20 March 2019
  3. ^ a b c History of  All Saints' Church St Andrews, All Saints' Church, St Andrews, archived from the original on 2008-07-04, retrieved 30 June 2009
  4. ^ Hubbard, Edward (1991), The Work of John Douglas, London: The Victorian Society, p. 275, ISBN 0-901657-16-6
  5. ^ All Saints', St Andrews, Scotland's Churches Scheme, archived from the original on 2011-01-02, retrieved 30 June 2009

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