Welcome to the Dunkeld Parish Church of Scotland, incorporating Dunkeld Cathedral, Little Dunkeld Kirk and Amulree. All are welcome to join with us in worship each Sunday morning in Dunkeld Cathedral.
For younger families we have bean bags and toys which can be played with at the back of the church or taken to the pews, to help amuse our younger members, should they find the sermon less engaging!
Christmas is almost upon us so we are sharing the Christmas Services so you can add the dates to your diary.
Particularly for families and young people, the Christingle Service is on 17th December.
There is a Christmas Eve Service at Amulree at 6.30pm and then the Watchnight Service in the Cathedral at 11.30pm. If you want to join in some carol singing then arrive early as we will be singing and sharing the joy of Christmas from 11:00pm. (Come wrapped warm!)
The Christmas Day service to which the youngest and oldest, and all families are warmly invited, is at 11am in Little Dunkeld. Christmas jumpers etc are encouraged!
The full listing is below:
17th December at 4pm.
Christmas Eve Service
24th December at 6.30pm.
Watchnight Service (Carol Singing from 11pm)
24th December at 11:30pm.
Christmas Day Service for all ages
25th December at 11am.
10th December at 3pm.
Carols in the Cathedral (part of Santa Day)
9th December at 4pm.
Dates for the Diary
An audio recording of our Sunday Services can be found here.
The Cathedral and grounds are open every day from 10.00am to 4.00pm.
The Cathedral is a working building and we ask all visitors to respect any signage that restricts access to areas.
Please take extra care when walking on the paved paths when they are wet, as they can be slippery.
Cathedral Audio Tour
Enjoy our new audio tour of the Cathedral : at key points within the Cathedral simply scan a QR code to hear or read dramatised stories which tell of the people and history associated with this ancient building. We hope this will provide visitors with both an entertaining and informed insight into this most ancient of Christian sites, from its founding in the 6th century right up to the modern day.