Church name

Alyth Parish Church

Denomination:   Church of Scotland
Address:  Kirk Brae, Alyth, PH11 8DS
Local Authority:   Perth & Kinross
Listing:   B
Church website

Church Overview

In a prominent position overlooking the town, Alyth Parish Church was completed in 1839 to a design by Thomas Hamilton. Gothic, with Romanesque influences, and an unusually high spire. 8th or 9th century Pictish stone stands four feet high in the vestibule. All windows have stained glass and include work by Alf Webster. Large funeral escutcheon marks the death of Sir George Ramsay in a duel in 1790. Three-manual organ by Harrison & Harrison 1890.


Sundays mornings at 11.00am. Evening service is held on first Sunday of each month at 6pm

Opening Arrangements

Open by arrangement


Guide book available Access for partially abled  Induction loop for the deaf Welcomers and guides on duty by arrangement. toilets available Disabled WC  

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