Abernethy and Dron and Arngask

Welcome to Abernethy and Dron and Arngask Parish

Welcome to our Web site. We are a parish in beautiful south Perthshire. Two buildings serve to accommodate the people of the parish: Kirk of St Bride in Abernethy and Arngask Church in Glenfarg.


Usually services are held every Sunday in both places, Kirk of St Bride at 9:30 am and Arngask at 11:00 am except for the last Sunday in the month when a joint Service will be held at 11:00 am, alternating between the two churches. While the Kirk of St Bride is unable to be used during internal repainting then services in Abernethy will be held in the Williamson Hall. The last service in Kirk of St Bride will be the joint service on 26th August, it is not known yet when we will be able to return. Check back here regularly for updates. You will be welcome to join us in praise at either place for worship. See here for information prior to any Sunday for any special Service time.

Order of Service for Sunday 21st October

Welcome and Call to Worship

Hymn 124: Praise to the Lord, the almighty


Family Talk: Shoosh! I have something to tell you

Hymn 505: All that I am, all that I do

Scripture Readings

Daniel 9: 1 - 19

James 5: 7 - 8 & 13 - 16

Hymn 567: Focus my eyes on you, O Lord

Sermon Listening to God

Hymn SoGP 84: O Lord, all the world belongs to you

Offering and Dedication

Hymn 807: Praise God from whom all blessings flow


Hymn 559: There is a Redeemer


Imagination of peace

"On Monday afternoon, I was sitting with two colleagues -- Rev John McCulloch, Minister of St Andrew's Jerusalem, and Peter Hehle, General Manager of the Scots Hotel -- in a tent in the Bedouin village of Umm al-Khair in the South Hebron Hills, drinking sweet sage tea and chatting with a couple of the villagers, Awdah and Aziz." Read about that meeting over tea here.

Mission Partnership

A letter from our Mission partners in Czech Republic is available by following this link.

The Auld Kirk

A document has recently come to light written by Ian MacDonald some time around the middle of the 20th Century detailing some of the history of the old Arngask Church (over the other side of the motorway). For those interested in the history of the area, this document can be accessed from here.