Martyrs’ Monument in St Andrews. The re-inauguration of the iconic Martyrs’ Monument in St Andrews took place today in blustery conditions. The landmark, close to Martyrs’ Church, and dating back to 1842, had suffered rapid deterioration in recent years. Significant … Continue reading
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The battle of the seasons continues but these wild sunset images on Wednesday evening hinted at the sunny day to follow. Here’s to more of the same. For more posts including St Andrews Cathedral click here.
St Andrews has played a significant role in religion in Scotland over the centuries. Not only is it home to St Andrews Cathedral, the medieval centre of Christianity in the country, but it also played a part in the founding … Continue reading
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Tagged Christianity, Church of Scotland, David Octavius Hall, Martyr's Church, medieval, Out of the Flames, Protestantism, QR, QR Codes, Reformation, religion, Reverend John Patterson, Sadie McLellan, Scottish Free Church, Sunday Half Hour