Welcome to Dunkeld Cathedral, Perthshire, Scotland
Little Dunkeld Kirk - 11am
Mid November to Palm Sunday
Dunkeld Cathedral - 11am
Easter Sunday to Remembrance Sunday
Amulree - 2.15pm
3rd Sunday in month
MESSY CHURCH meets on the last Sunday of the month September - May (except December) from 3.00pm to 5.00pm in the Duchess Anne
For further details about worship and church events, please click here.
April to end September: 9.30 am to 5.30 pm
October to end March:10.00 am to 4.00 pm
Please note that access may be restricted due to events such as weddings or other special services. The Cathedral is a working church - please be considerate at these times.
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December 1st. 1st. Sunday in Advent
11am. – Communion service at Little Dunkeld
3pm. – Communion Service in the lounge at Servite
6.30pm – Communion in Little Dunkeld - a quieter, more reflective style of service.
Special Services over Christmas:
At 3pm. there will be a bereavement service in Little Dunkeld Church, lasting about half an hour.
Often Christmas is an especially difficult time when we miss someone who has died and this service is about expressing our grief to God and finding hope in him. Families who have lost someone in the last year are invited by letter but it doesn't matter if your loss was last year or 20 years ago - if you feel this would help you are invited to come along.
Tea and coffee will be served afterwards for those who would like to stay.
11.00am. – Morning Service in Little Dunkeld
4.00pm – Christingle Service in Little Dunkeld
Come and join in the unrehearsed Nativity Play and make your own Christingle. Simple costumes will be provided - or you can come dressed for as a shepherd/king/angel etc.
Refreshments are served in the church after the service.
6.30pm. – Carol Service in Amulree Church
11.30pm – Watchnight service in the Cathedral
From 11.00pm. onwards, as people gather, there will be a chance to sing some favourite carols.
11.00am – Celebrate Christmas morning in Little Dunkeld with a short family service. It is always good fun when children bring along one of their presents to show folk!