Saint Serf was a fifth century local saint, thought to have been the spiritual mentor of the better known St Mungo of Glasgow. Until the late 19th Century Comrie Episcopalians worshipped in houses on local estates. In 1884 Colonel Williamson of Lawers leased some of the land to the Diocese, and a wooden chapel was built. The building was enhanced in 1908, most notably by the installation of an East Window based on a design by Burne Jones. The church was further enlarged in the 1950s, when it was given its present white harling.
Sunday: 9.30am Holy Communion
Thursday: 10.00am Morning Prayer or Communion in the Church
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