Church Links

As a member of the Church of Scotland, we enjoy links across the nation and the world, joining with other local congregations and fellowships across Perth Presbytery, Loch Leven Parish Grouping and Kinross-shire Churches Together. 

We also have links with: 

Broke Not Broken, based in Kinross and working across Kinross-shire, is an anti-poverty charity aimed at tackling the effects of poverty.

CATH (Churches action for the Homeless) is a local charity seeking to relieve  homelessness and poor housing, improve the conditions of life and generally aid the development of those who find themselves homeless in the Perth & Kinross Council area.

Joining with others across the world to support Christian Aid in its regular, ongoing work as well as in times of crisis and disaster relief.

We have a committed and enthusiastic team promoting the work  Fairtrade products across the congregation and more widely, becoming a Fairtrade Church in September 2020.

Kinross Centre, based in our High Street, welcomes older members of the community, offering support, lunches, activities and fellowship.

We are priviliged to partner with SU and others to support KYTHE, Kinross-shire Youth Enterprise, engaging with, encouraging and supporting young people across the county.

Having previously lived and worshipped with us in Kinross, Billy & Sarah Samanyika and the family continue to keep in touch from Blantyre, Malawi sending information and updates about the initiatives they are undertaking.

Having ready and easy access to the Bible here in the West, we support the work of the Scottish Bible Society who seek to bring the same access to all peoples across the world.

Located less than 10 miles from Kinross, our own young people have benefitted greatly from SU's facilities at Lendrick Muir Outdoor Activity Centre. Many among the congregation are committed to supporting Scripture Union's wider work with children & young people.

Coming from over 20 churches of different denominations across Perth & Kinross, Perth Street Pastors walk the city streets every Thursday & Saturday night 10.00pm-03.00am providing a listening ear, practical help and/or information for other specialist organisations to anyone they meet and wants to chat.

Tearfund has offered unique opportunities for some of our young people (and not so young) to participate in projects round the world to help relieve those living in poverty. We seek to Pray / Take Action / Give along with them.

In Debrecen, Hungary we enjoy on-going links with The Great Reformed Church having sent summer teams for a week to The Scots Camp. We have also enjoyed reciprocal visits from their church leaders and members, who have assisted here with our own Family Week.