Tulliallan and Kincardine Parish church was built using the local Longannet Stone and was opened in 1833. It cost £3254, most of which was paid by the trustees of the late Lord Keith. The architect was Mr. George Angus who used the same design for Kinross and Kingskettle churches. It was first lit by candles before gas lighting which was fitted in 1854 and then electrical lighting in 1936. A pipe organ was fitted in 1894 at a cost of £463. The church is a B listed building.
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