St Paul's Church, Strathnairn

St Paul’s is a small, rural, Scottish Episcopal Church (part of the worldwide Anglican Communion) of the Diocese of Moray, Ross and Caithness in a beautiful glen in the highlands of Scotland, a little to the south of Loch Ness.


We offer

Faith and

Friendship

For All

We are a friendly congregation, and welcome anyone of any age and background.

We aim to be a growing church where all ages can grow in faith and receive spiritual support.

We seek to be a loving, encouraging, supportive faith community sharing God’s love with those around us in the straths and glens, where all are welcome to explore faith (and doubt) and to come to a deeper understanding of God and God’s call in our own lives.

The Sunday service is at 11:00am - please join us if you live in the glen or are visiting the area.

2019 marked the 150th anniversary of the consecration of the present church building in 1869.

2021 Pandemic Altar Frontal completed and hung in the church. Click here to read and see more.

Service pattern for the next few weeks

28 November - Advent Sunday - communion service in church at 11.00am

14 December - Service of the Word via Zoom at 11.00am

Christmas Eve 24 December - Carol Service - no need to book a place but masks must be worn, hand sanitiser used and sign in with contact number on entry to the church, The hall will be available for those who prefer to socially distance and still take part in the service. PLEASE NOTE there will be no short communion after the Carol Service.

Christmas Day - there will be a service at 10am; hopefully communion but availability of a minister is not yet known.

26 December – no service

2 January - no service

9 January Epiphany – there will be a service at 11.00am but not yet decided whether in church or via Zoom.