St Fillan's Crozier.

Welcome to this site - Failte.

The main focus of this web-site was, originally,  the group of Celtic Saints who brought Christianity to the Picts of the Dee and Don valleys in the north east of Scotland. However, recently, we have also added information regarding the Pictish King List, the Abbots of Iona and some of the ancient church sites ... and there is more! Read on!

Articles about the Nature of the Celtic Church abound and, recently, pages relating to the medieval history of the church in Scotland have been introduced. These pages are packed with photographs and drawings of churches and church sites.

This site also proudly hosts the "gateway" to the Scottish Fasti Project. An internet resource which, we hope, will be of value to all those who have an interest in the history of the medieval church in Alba, as well as those interested in genealogy.

The latest addition to the website is the result of a year-long project to create a photographic database of the early and medieval churches of the Diocese of Moray. Moray has a wealth of architectural 'jewels', such as Barevan, Birnie, Altyre and Duffus, and we hope you will enjoy viewing our pictures.

 The beautiful medieval church of Barevan.

 (One of many photographs from the database.)

We do not mind material being taken from our web-site for non-profit making purposes but we would ask that you include a link back to this site and an acknowledgement of authorship simply as a matter of good manners. An e-mail to us will often allow you free access to larger format images.

We hope that you may be sufficiently interested in the history of the Church in Scotland to consider our proposal to re-found the Scottish Ecclesiological Society. A number of people have contacted us already from various parts of the world and this will be a main 'focus' of our work this coming year.

During the course of this year we hope also to be able to add the Diocese of Aberdeen to the medieval history section and any help would be greatly appreciated from those who have a particular interest in this diocese.

5 July 2011

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