Kinnoull Parish Church sits at the heart of the community which it serves. It is a particularly beautiful and well maintained building set within its own gardens on the banks of the River Tay. The Church has a strong and vibrant worshipping congregation with links to the local Primary School, Capability Scotland (Upper Springland), The Guild, day nursery and a variety of youth organisations such as the Boys' Brigade, Guides, Brownies and Rainbows.

Programme

Service - Sunday 10.30am
The Guild - Monday
Bible Study - Wednesday
Thursday Club - Thursday

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Organisations

The various congregational activities aim to cover a wide range of age and interest.The congregation of about 500, reflects a good cross section of society, from the “young marrieds” whose small children are looked after in the creche on Sunday mornings, to retired people...

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History

The earliest recorded reference to Kinnoull Parish Church appears in Bagimond’s Roll, a Papal taxation, of 1287. Although in the diocese of St Andrew’s, it was not one of the churches mentioned as having been consecrated by Bishop David de Bainha in the middle of the 13th century...

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Intimations Youth Drop in from 20th February

This will run in the Hall every Tuesday from 4pm to 6.30pm. Fun,Food and Fellowship. Run by our new Youth worker Alyxs.

Teen Drop In Flyer

 

Please vote for “The Phoenix Project @ Kinnoull Parish Church” before 24th March on this link. Our project is number 21 on the Central selection.

 

 

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All intimations requests for Sunday Services, should be received by 4pm Friday and sent to intimations@kinnoullparishchurch.co.uk

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