Our buildings are currently closed, but our churches in Comrie and St Fillans continue to support the needs of the communities in anyway we can so please get in touch if there is anything we can assist you with in these challenging times.

Sunday services will continue live on our Facebook page at 10am each Sunday.  You do not need a Facebook account to worship with us, just follow this link: Comrie & Dundurn Parish Churches – Home | Facebook

To contact Rev Craig Dobney call 07864 366856 or email him at CDobney@churchofscotland.org.uk

Following the teachings and examples of Jesus Christ, our love and worship of God is celebrated throughout the year. Our buildings are accessible to all, with wheelchair access via ramps, and disabled toilets.

Please join us in Worship at any of the following services:

WEEKLY WORSHIP  Sunday Morning Worship is at 10.00am

HOLY COMMUNION  Celebrated on the fourth Sunday of February, June and October at 10.00am and 6.00pm

MIDWEEK WORSHIP  There are additional worship services midweek on the third Wednesday of the month at 12 noon.

HOLY WEEK  There are services of worship every evening at 7.00pm  and additionally at 2.45pm on Good Friday.

Additional services of worship are held during Advent:  a Christingle service, a Community Carol Service, and an Outdoor Nativity (drama) at the Auchingarrich Wildlife Park.  On Nativity Sunday there is usually a Nativity play by the children and/or adults, supported by the choir.

An early candle-light service is held on Christmas Eve for families at 6.30pm, and Community Carol singing from 11.00pm followed by the Watchnight Service at 11.30pm.  On Christmas morning at 10.00am there is a short family service, where you are encouraged to bring along one of your Christmas gifts to show to the congregation.

On the morning of Remembrance Day the parade, led by Comrie Pipe Band, leaves the Church after morning worship arriving at the War Memorial at 10.50am.

On the evening of Remembrance day at 6.00pm, there is a short time of reflection, remembrance and thanksgiving to God, for all those who have lost loved ones beyond the difficulties of War.

Remebrance Poppy