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Alyth Parish Church

Updated 29th December 2017
Launched 1st November 2005

Service Details

Sunday Worship
The weekly Sunday morning service commences 11am lasting around one hour. An evening service is held on the first Sunday of each month at 6pm lasting around forty minutes, often followed by a cup of tea in the Hall of Friendship. See homepage notice board for Evening Service notices.


Sacrament of Holy Communion
Celebrated formally on the first Sunday of March and October (morning and afternoon); informally on the Sunday after Christmas and the first Sunday in June.


Holy Week
A series of services are held during Holy Week over Easter.


Disabled Facilities
Alyth Parish Church has comprehensive disabled facilities including access for wheelchair users, a disabled toilet, car parking and an audio loop system for the hard of hearing.


Crèche Facilities
There is a Crèche facility in the church lounge available throughout Sunday morning services.

Sketch of Alyth Parish Church
Robertson Memorial Window (north side middle window)

Robertson Memorial Window (north side middle window)
"To the Glory of God and in loving memory of William Robertson died 1867 and his wife Marjory Mitchell died 1868. Erected by their sons Wm. Robertson ex-Postmaster Alyth, Lieut. Col. D.M. Robertson V.D-J.P Provost of Alyth and Prof. James Robertson (Professor of Oriental Languages) D.D. of Glasgow University, 1906". It was designed by Stephen Adam of Glasgow. “Christ the Light of the World” was dedicated on Saturday 22nd September 1906.

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