Welcome to Rattray Parish Church

Rattray is semi-urban, situated some five miles south of the junction of Glenshee and Strathardle, overlooking the Strathmore valley.

The River Ericht winds its way between Rattray and the postal town of Blairgowrie.


Every Sunday at 11.15am.

The Sacrament of Holy Communion is held 3 times a year, on the first Sundays of February, June, and November.

Worship is led by a Wyvern Sonata organ and the church has a microphone and loop system installed.



What's On

For all the events relating to our church, view our online calendar, which is regularly updated.



Sunday Club/Messy Church
About fortnightly in term-time Sunday Club for primary school age children and parents meets in Rattray Church at 11.15am.

Messy Church runs from September to June once a month.

For further information please contact Mrs Grieve.


Church Magazine

Rattray's church magazine is published twice a year in June and December.



Church Hall

Rattray Church Hall (formerly the UF Church) has been thoroughly renovated and modernised to serve as a Community Hall. A committee, formed of members of the congregation and community, take care of its running for events such as dancing, exercise clubs, SWI, parties, ceilidhs and activity groups.

“During COVID restrictions the Hall has been supporting Food Resilience activities.

However, the Halls have been offered for Sale.”




Rattray Parish Church was built in 1820, and has a distinctive square clock tower of Italianate design.



The Manse

The Parish Manse is situated on the outskirts of Rattray, a short distance from Rattray Parish Church. It stands within its own glebe with stunning views across the Strathmore valley.




Rattray Parish Church Postcode: PH10 7DY

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Minister : Rev. Linda Stewart - Tel: 01250 872 462 - Email

Session Clerk: Mr Andrew Hodge - Tel: 01250 874 441 - Email

Sunday Club/Messy Church: Mrs Evelyn Grieve - Tel: 01250 874 225 - Email

Rattray Church Hall: For bookings Tel: 07866 672 333 - Email