Tin Tabernacles: Croick Mission Hall

Originally regarded as temporary, it is over 100 years old. The hall has been linked to education and worship throughout most part of the 20th century. . .

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4 thoughts on “Tin Tabernacles: Croick Mission Hall”

  1. Attended church there many times in the 50/60s when I was a child. We lived a few hundred years away.

    1. Were the services you attended run by the Church of Scotland? Apparently the Free Church held a monthly afternoon service somewhere in Croick as late as the 1970s (according to a 1973 year book which a friend has). Do you know what building would have been used by the Free Church?

      Also do you know the history of the building shown at the following Google Street View links?

      Ewing’s Annals of the Free Church of Scotland, Vol 2, apparently says that the Free Church built a church in Croick in 1881 – see https://www.ecclegen.com/congregations-13/#_Hlk377394889

        1. Logan Murray

          You are correct that this was a Free Church building. I remember it being used for worship when I was a young child in the 70s and my father, Professor John Murray, was the supply preacher there.

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