Who we are

Welcome in Jesus' name

"There is neither Jew nor Gentile, neither slave nor free, nor is there male and female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus." GALATIANS 13: 28

We believe we are...
... warm, engaging, Spirit-led, outgoing, experimental and encouraging. But don't just take our word for it. Come along and see what you think. Or take a look at what our visitors say.

As a church family
We come together, to share in the love of Christ for each one of us and, in turn, to share His love with each other. We come together, in very many different ways. Take a look over the What we do menu to find out more.

Reaching out
What a privilege to do this and to extend this same love to our many visitors and to those in our community. As a church family we're aware Jesus calls to witness in many different ways for which the Holy Spirit equips us.

We are blessed
With many talented members of our family who're not only involved in the ‘official’ work of the Parish Church, but in many, many forms of witness as you will see from the Where we go menu.

From Aberfeldy, across Perthshire to Uganda, Tanzania and many regions across the world, we're involved in numerous projects. However, we're also focused on helping the needy within our own community and across Highland Perthshire, in the name of Jesus.
Our weekly morning service
Sunday morning is when we gather to refresh and replenish our spiritual batteries and to give praise and honour in our singing, prayers, talks and our fellowship.

A vibrant blend of old and new
The service and the building. The exterior is a traditional, grey brick church but inside a warm, comfortable, contemporary and informal layout greets you. And our services are a similar blend. You will be truly welcome and we are sure you'll be blessed by the Holy Spirit as you worship with us. Our evening services are more intimate and experimental where we encourage each other in our faith journeys.

Come and worship Christ the everlasting King!

A community centre
Our facilities are modern and well-resourced and we're already blessed that the halls and meeting rooms are used by many local groups, both within the church and the wider community.

We love to see the church doors open and the building in use
Fully welcoming, not locked up from one Sunday to the next! We wish the church building to become a Community Hub where folks can feel at ease and get the most out of the warmth and comfort readily available: the many versatile spaces for so many different uses.

  • Rev Neil Glover