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Welcome to Blackford Parish Church

Moray Street, Blackford, Perthshire, PH4 1PY

Our building may not open for public worship, but yours is!
So h
ead to our worship without meeting page for recorded or Zoom service details each week.

Our Bible Study meets on a Tuesday evening at 8pm on this Zoom link:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/99569326307?pwd=SXR5YTI1d3pveTJBcnZTU3VXRTZ0Zz09

We're looking at the Old Testament book of Ezekiel using this material. Contact Gordon Roy for a copy of the book.

Who are we?

We are a busy and friendly congregation of the Church of Scotland within the Perthshire village of Blackford just off the A9 roughly half way between Stirling and Perth. Our building is at the far end of the main street (Moray Street) when you come in from the A9. You'll find a map on our Contact us page.

Come and visit us whether you live locally or are visiting family, on holiday, looking to explore faith or to join a church, we will be delighted to have you amongst us.

As part of the Church of Scotland we want to inspire the people of Blackford and beyond with the Good News of Jesus Christ through enthusiastic worshipping, witnessing, nurturing and serving of our community. Find out more at our Good News page. For more information on how we are doing that and our plans for the next few years, download our action plan here.

We are part of Perth Presbytery of the Church of Scotland and are linked with Ardoch Parish Church in Braco.

Find out more on our Who are we page. We are led by our team of elders including our minister Rev Mairi Perkins.

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Blackford Parish Church, Moray Street, Blackford, Perthshire, PH4 1PY                                                                                  Privacy Notice

Minister: Rev. Mairi Perkins, 01786 880948, mperkins@churchofscotland.org.uk               What we're doing  over this 5 year period

Session Clerks: Sandy Marshall and Gordon Roy, sessionclerk@blackford.org.uk 

John Newton