Churches

Before the first Church was built in the 1850s in Armadale, parishioners travelled to Bathgate to attend church. However, one on Armadale's most interesting stories was that of James Davie, who was killed by the Dragoons in 1673 as he attended a Covenanters' Conventicle at the South West of the town, near Netherhouse Farm and his remains lie in Kirkton Cemetery.
We know of seven churches in Armadale, some of which were built with less financial constraints, due to generous donations from Lady Gillespie, the grand-daughter of Armadale's 'founding father', William Honyman (Lord Armadale).

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Armadale Parish Church

Armadale Parish Church

United Free Church, South St, Armadale

United Free Church, South St, Armadale

Armadale Windsor Hall, Formerly the Baptist Church

Armadale Windsor Hall, Formerly the Baptist Church

Gospel Hall

Gospel Hall

Methodist Church

Methodist Church

St Anthony's Catholic Church

St Anthony's Catholic Church

Damaged aerial photo looking North West to St Paul's Church on Marches Drive

Damaged aerial photo looking North West to St Paul's Church on Marches Drive