When the immortalised Robert died in 1329 he was buried in the choir of Dunfermline Abbey. Then in 1818 during foundation work for the building was in progress, the tomb was rediscovered the remains were carefully reinterred within the new Church.
The Abbey Church is the centrepiece of Dunfermline, one of the oldest settlements in Scotland and once its proud capital. The history of The Abbey is entwined with that of Scotland itself
Music has been an important feature of the liturgy at Dunfermline Abbey since the time of the Benedictine foundation in the twelfth century. The Abbey Choristers are proud to be part of this historic tradition by continuing to provide choral music for Abbey Services.
It currently costs £558 per day to keep and maintain the Ministry of the historic Dunfermline Abbey which is wholly met by members the congregation and donations from visitors. Click here to donate via Paypal
The Abbey Church of Dunfermline Development Plan 2017-2022 including the video of the presentation given by members of the team during Worship on Sunday 19th March 2017.
Messy Church is an opportunity for families to come together, have fun, be creative together, eat together and worship together. Our first Messy Church in Crossford Village Hall on Saturday 27th September from 11.30am -1.30pm. This first Messy Church has as its theme ‘A Harvest Celebration’ which will have a variety …