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A Warm Welcome to the four churches of Highland Perthshire

Our churches are warm and friendly and we warmly welcome visitors and locals alike to share in our worship and fellowship.

Part of the Diocese of St Andrews, Dunkeld and Dunblane and firmly rooted in the life of Scotland as an integral part of its rich history, the Scottish Episcopal Church is also part of the world wide Anglican Communion which is a family of over 70 million Christians in more than 160 countries.

Our Worship

In our worship, we seek to include all who come within our doors, our worship is both traditional and contemporary, we value the liturgy and a contemplative strand of Anglicanism.

Our regular Sunday Morning services follow a traditional pattern from the 1982 Blue Book, but our All Age and Joint Charge Services combine elements of messy church, liturgical dance and drama.


New Here?

If you are newly arrived in Highland Perthshire, or maybe even visiting for a brief period, here are the details of the four Episcopal Churches in the Highland Perthshire Linked Charge.

As an independent province of the Anglican Communion, we celebrate Holy Communion/Eucharist each Sunday in various parts of the charge...

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Our Calendar

Holy Communion at Holy Trinity

Holy Trinity, Pitlochry     9:30am

Matins at Kilmaveonaig

Kilmaveonaig, Blair Atholl     11:15am

4th Sunday Communion at St Andrews

St. Andrew’s, Strathtay     11:15am

Zoom Services with Liz

All Saints' Church, Kilmaveonaig, Blair Atholl, St. Andrew’s, Strathtay, Holy Trinity, Pitlochry, Weem Parish Church     6:00pm

Updates from HPLC


Advent Course 2022Posted 03 Nov 2022

Please check out our calendar for details regarding the Advent Courses. There will be three sessions commencing on each occasion at 2.30pm, at Holy Trinity Church and covering the artistic representations of the themes of Advent - Light and Dark, Creation and Annunciation. These are open to all.

Lent Course - ‘In the way of St. Adamnan’Posted 04 Mar 2022

The Lent Course will commence at 2.30pm each Wednesday at Holy Trinity and cover the following -

9th March - Community    16th March - Justice    23rd March - Local Connections     30th March - Devotion    6th April - Journey and growth

Holy Trinity - Serenity GardenPosted 01 Oct 2020

Alongside you will see a brief article with photographs from Rachael, with details about the Garden. If you can offer support in any way possible, please contact Rachael. She's doing a wonderful job creating this 'haven of peace'.

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