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  • St Columba's, Crieff
  • St Serf's, Comrie
  • St Angus', Lochearnhead
  • St Fillan's Killin

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News and information:  The Institution of Rev Genevieve Evans as Rector for the Strathearn Churches took place on Saturday 6th July at 12 noon in St Columba's Episcopal Church in  Crieff.   Gennie's institution was followed by a reception in St Andrew's Halls, Crieff.  We all hope that her time in Strathearn will be a very happy one.


 Scottish Episcopal Churches of Strathearn

St Columba's, Crieff; St Serf's, Comrie; St Angus, Lochearnhead and St Fillan's, Killin

Diocese of St Andrews, Dunblane and Dunkeld

We are members of the Scottish Episcopal Church which is a Province of the Worldwide Anglican Communion, independent and interdependent – just as our sister Churches, the Church of England, the Church of Ireland and the Church of Wales. We are Scottish because we trace our history back to the earliest known Christian communities in Scotland , from about 400AD. We are Episcopal (from the word for ‘Bishops') because we have maintained that form of church order of bishops, priests and deacons which has been in use from those earliest years, until the late 1600s. We greatly value our heritage and maintain a fully sacramental and liturgical life. We also seek to play our full part in the life of Christian witness in Scotland in Mission and Service to the nation and to our local communities.

  • St Columba's
  • St Serf's
  • St Angus'
  • St Fillan's

Scottish Episcopal Churches of StrathearnOur four congregations of St Columba's, Crieff; St Serf's, Comrie; St Angus', Lochearnhead and St Fillan's, KIllin serve people in the beautiful area of Strathearn, which stretches from Crieff, through Comrie to Lochearnhead. This is an area in Perthshire of small towns and villages, linked by farmland and the mountains, glens, lochs, rivers and woodlands that have made it a popular tourist destination especially for nature lovers, walkers and people who enjoy country pursuits.

As you travel through Crieff, Comrie, Lochearnhead and Killin  look out for this sign (on the right), which identifies the location of each church.

We are communities gathered here, some of whom have lived and worshipped in this area all their lives, and some who have chosen to be here because they have found a warm welcome and food for their souls. We are open to all who are seeking God, the Father of Jesus Christ, who may be passing by or who wish to explore their faith in greater depth, and who wish to join us in worship on Sundays or during the week at our different activities.

We value children in our communities, and we encourage them to participate with their families in all parts of our worship. We enjoy a range of family-friendly events during the year as well as special monthly Saturday evening services for the young and young at heart.

For the latest information about service times, past and future events, who's who, our newsletter, and how to contact us, please click on the relevant tabs.

We are always happy to meet people who wish to be married, or those who are seeking baptism.

We hope you will enjoy sharing our website as you discover what is offered here.

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