St Ninian's, Alyth

St Ninian's, Alyth

Denomination: Scottish Episcopal
Address: St Ninian’s Road, Alyth, PH11 8AP
Local Authority: Perth & Kinross
Listing: B


Church Overview

Neo-Norman church by David Bryce, 1857, with nave and chancel with apse. Built of sandstone with a slate roof. The stone font of 1863 was moved here from St Margaret’s, Meigle. Three windows in the chancel are by O’Connor, c1860; the wheel window in the west gable is by Clayton & Bell. Organ: John R Miller, 1909. Marble and brass memorials.


Sung Eucharist Sunday Mornings 11.15 am

Opening Arrangements

The church is open at other times by arrangement. Please phone 01828 640591.

Access for partially abled   Welcomers and guides on duty by arrangement. toilets available

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St Ninian's, Alyth


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