• Hello! Welcome to the
      Auchterarder Parish Church website!

    • Our church family seeks to be led by the Holy Spirit to inspire people in and around Auchterarder, whether of faith or not, with the good news of Jesus Christ through worship, ministry, example and outreach. We aspire to be a caring, inclusive community within a spirit of Christian love.

    • Sundays at
      Auchterarder Parish Church

    • 9.30am in the Centre Hall for our informal Breakfast Plus.
      10.30am Worship in the Church Sanctuary with tea/coffee and fellowship to follow.
      Our gatherings are family friendly and open to God’s Spirit - nurturing love and community amongst a growing family who worship God as our Heavenly ‘Father.’

    • Children's Ministry at
      Auchterarder Parish Church

    • We have a great Sunday programme for kids and youth who meet in age appropriate groups - from the creche through to teenagers - during the service on a Sunday morning. Come along and have fun and and learn about the Good News of the Bible through games, music, story, drama, videos and crafty stuff!

Our values

  • Connections

  • We aim to be a friendly inclusive church and our deep desire is to make people welcome and to encourage them in all the seasons of life. We hope you enjoy this site, and get a good sense of who we are, what we’re about, and what God is doing in us and through us as we serve Him in the community of Auchterarder and further afield too.

To Know Christ
  • To Know Christ

  • Our belief is in the Lord Jesus Christ as risen Saviour and our desire is to know him more. In a contemporary world this is not a straightforward manner especially for each of the generations represented in our church, but with God's grace it remains our aim to share the good news of the gospel. "To know Christ and make Him known".

Lifelong Learning
  • Lifelong Learning

  • We recognise that exploring the Christian faith is a life long journey and so we offer a variety of education opportunities to meet the needs of each generation and the challenges faced;  from children's and youth groups to adult education in the form of groups such as enquirers, alpha, house groups just to name a few.

Strengthening Families
  • Strengthening Families

  • We aim to be a church family and to love one another as Jesus commanded. To that end we aim to be inclusive and strengthen relationships and ties in our church, our community and the wider world through the various activities of our church family and in our individual daily lives.  A church family who have a loving heavenly Father.

   Gathering for Sunday Morning Worship

Upcoming Events

  • The Kirk Session is called to meet on Sunday 3rd March 2019 at 10:15am in the boardroom. The service that day will include the admission of new members by profession of faith.

    The Guild will meet on Thursday 7th March 2019 at 7:30pm in the Church Centre. There will be an excellent speaker- the Very Reverend Lorna Hood who is a previous Moderator of the General Assembly.

    The Worship Committee will meet on Sunday 10th March 2019 at 11:45am in the boardroom.

    The Kirk Session will meet on Tuesday 13th March 2019 at 7:30m in the boardroom. All elders are asked to attend this meeting.

    The Nominating Committee will meet on Sunday 17th March 2019 at 6:00pm in the boardroom.

    The Guild AGM is on Thursday 21st March 2019 at 7:30pm in the Church Centre.

    The Kirk Session is called to meet on Sunday 24th March 2019 at 10:15am in the boardroom.

    The Stewardship Team will meet on Tuesday 26th March 2019 at 7:00pm in the vestry.

    The Facilities Management Group will meet on Tuesday 26th March 2019 at 7:00pm in the boardroom.

    The Guild committee will meet on Thursday 28th March 2019 at 7:30pm at the home of Doreen Stewart.

  • Breakfast Plus resumes on Sunday mornings from 10:05am until 10:20am in the Church Centre with a light-touch pause for Christian thought prior to morning worship.  On Sunday 31st March 2019 Doreen Stewart will take the lead for the first time on behalf of The Guild, and her topic will be ‘Companions on the Road’. On 7th April 2019 Roger Yearsley makes a welcome return to lead us when he will be sharing ‘Lent Lessons for Life’. We are still looking for volunteers to lead a Breakfast Plus slot- if you would like to have a go then please speak to Ian Gourlay or contact him on 01764 662695/ iangourlay@btconnect.com

  • There is a 50:50 lunch on Tuesday 26th March 2019 in the Church Centre commencing at 12.30pm. We do hope you will be able to come along and enjoy the fun and fellowship. You will be made very welcome.

  • It is intended to hold a Lent Course again this year. This will be in the same format as before- Saturday mornings from 9am until 10am in the Church Centre, starting with rolls and coffee and studying more of the personalities of the crucifixion. If you would like to take part, please keep the dates free – 16th March to 13th April – five in all.

  • The usual monthly fundraising coffee morning will take place in the Community Church Centre on Saturday 30th March 2019 from 10am until 12noon. Tea, coffee, and juice (with refills) and delicious and varied home baking will be served. The usual tables with bric-a-brac, books, clothes and baking will be set up. Donations of home baking or items for the sale tables will be gratefully received. All are very welcome to attend.


  • Tearfund Scotland are continuing to fight poverty and injustice. For details of upcoming events, contact Stewart Robertson 01764 664528 or stew@friendlylion.net   Click on the image below to read about Stewart’s experiences in Peru with Tearfund.

    Tearfund in Peru 2013

Prayer Requests
  • Prayer Requests

  • Please leave your prayer requests in the prayer book at the back of the church, or send us an email by clicking on this link Prayer Request and we will pray for you.