Dalarossie Church, on the River Findhorn, is an ancient place of worship dating back to the 8th century at the time of St Fergus. The present building, set within the walled graveyard, dates from 1790 is a simple whitewashed rectagular church. Features include an ancient baptismal font and a ‘covenant stone’.
April to October: 1st and 3rd Sundays 10.30am
November and March: 1st Sunday 10.30am
December to February: no services
Open by arrangement
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