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We are a very friendly congregation of diverse people, at all different points in our faith journey, seeking to find God and the life He offers while helping others do the same and making a tangible difference in the world around us.
December Messy was our Christmas Party, where we had lots of games, food, craft activities and most of all, good fun.
Late November saw our amateur production of 'Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat', come to fruition. It was an outstanding success, both in terms of two sellout performances and in the friendships formed with participants from the Church and the wider community.
Our Autumn Fete was packed with stalls, food and games for the children.
The present Church was completed in 1833, but Errol Parish records date back to 1553 and are the oldest in Scotland. Christians here have sought to worship God, to tell people the Good News of Jesus Christ, and to serve the people of the parish. The work carries on today.
We meet for worship on Sundays at 11 am. We have children's activities during part of the service and occasionally the children themselves lead the worship.
We celebrate communion formally twice a year, in May and in November, and informally at the beginning of February and September. There are other activities during the week. Have a look in the diary to find out what is going on.
We are here to worship God . . . why not, join us?