Built in 1843 as a Free Church, the galleries were removed, the floor area reduced and the roof lowered when it was made a church hall after a union of congregations in the 1960s. Reopened 2005 after major alterations with worship resuming in a sanctuary extended back to its previous floor area, and a new extension added to the east. With welcome area, crèche, halls and catering facilities the complex serves as a church centre for the community.
Sundays:11.15am and 6.30pm
Open 9.00am-12.30pm Monday-Thursday or by arrangement
Contact Aberfeldy Parish Church.
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