Importance of Prayer

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.

The Highland Perthshire Linked Charge celebrates the seasonal festivals of the Church and special service are arranged for Candlemas, Lammas, Michaelmas and All Souls and for Saints Days.

Prayer Section:

Meditation and prayer are necessary for human flourishing and have been practised by people for centuries. As Christians, prayer is an important part of our lives, meditating on the scriptures and prayer connect us with the divine and enable us to come gently into the presence of God so enabling us to find rest and stillness in a busy world.


Daily Prayer in the Scottish Episcopal Church:

Daily prayer or ‘the Office’ is an important part of the life of the Episcopal Church. Throughout the centuries prayer at regular times during the day has been said in monasteries and churches and this tradition has been maintained in the Anglican Communion with Morning Prayer, Evening Prayer and Night Prayer. You can join with others in these daily offices online at

 When we pray daily, although for many this is done individually, we are, through the rhythm and content of our prayer becoming links in the great chain of prayer that circles the globe.

Prayer Requests:

We are happy to receive any requests for prayers. For family, friends, or indeed for any support you may seek at this time. For further information and to email your requests, please contact the Rector who will include all requests on the regular prayer list of our churches.


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