Doors Open at 10:30am with coffee and cake. Take this time to catch up with people and if need be to see your children into either Creche (babies and pre-school), Hiz Kidz (primary), or TYG (secondary). Our worship service begins at 11am with our young people going straight into their groups. They will rejoin us at 12 noon for Family Time which will see us through to 12:15pm.
There is ample parking spaces in front of the church building and the surrounding neighbourhood.
If this is the first time you will have been to PBC. Relax. It'll be great to get to know you.
The Oakfield Home Group meets in various homes throughout the year. We start showing up at the door from 7:30 pm onwards and are together for a couple of hours or so. We're family, so everyone is fairly relaxed. Usually we explore God's word for the previous Sunday's sermon, share, pray, laugh, and grow together as a group.
Especially suited for older folks. Our programme will be includes talks on a range of topical issues, recreational activities, quizzes, and outings.
You will receive a warm welcome and will undoubtedly recognise many friends.
Transport can be arranged. Drop us a message through the Get In Touch Page.
Teaching and Ministry with Ken Fish... 'When the Spirit Comes.'
Teaching and Ministry with Ken Fish - 'When the Spirit Comes,'
Teaching and Ministry with Ken Fish - 'When the Spirit Comes.'
Services are held at the Balhousie Care Home on the first Sunday of each month.
For the majority of the residents of Balhousie this is the only time they are able to meet with other Christians to worship, and so we feel that the Balhousie service is a lifeline for many. The service starts at 3pm and is followed by refreshments
This informal 40 minute service is held on the third Sunday of every month from September to May in the residents lounge of James Court. The service is led by a different speaker every month and is followed by a light snack and refreshments. Transport can be arranged.
Residents and friends are all welcome.
The 17th of September is a songs of praise afternoon with no guest speaker.
Soul Survivor summer conferences are for any young people (aged 12-18) and they reflect our two great passions: to go deeper in our relationship with God and to have fun! For more information check out the Soul Survivor website. If you would like to join the group going from PBC contact our Youth Pastor Ken through the Get In Touch contact page.
Come for a soup lunch (£3) and a chat. Some of those who regularly attend are part of our church family but many others are neighbours and friends from the local community. You are assured of a warm welcome.
The WA Soup Lunch takes place every Friday (October to April) in the Atholl Centre which is located at the back of our church building on Atholl Road. We have a DVD lending library, available each week, and a stall on the 1st Friday of the month.
We don't need any other excuse other than the fact that we really enjoy our curry and the Prince of India staff look after us very well. If you fancy joining us for a curry and a maybe a wee beer, let us know through the contact page and Martin Deeks who organise our Curry Nights will get back to you.
We run STREET SPORTS in partnership with P&K council and St Johnstone Football Club's 'Saints in the Community' programme at Pitlochry High School. STREET SPORTS is highly popular and attracts many young people who play 4-a-side football games on the enclosed football pitch. The games typically last for 10 minutes but those who take part can play on and off for 2 hours as part of a league format. Oh, and STREET SPORTS is FREE!
Baptism Service at Lady's Dell.
"Come rain or shine - We're getting wet anyway"
Head for armoury road in Pitlochry but go down the hill to Loch Faskally rather than to the Dam. (Though you may want to drive to the Dam, park below the SSE visitor centre and walk down across the grass)
Death can be a taboo topic. Modern medicine emphasises that we should try to fix all of the people all of the time, but eventually mortality is the winner. This taboo often means that we are ill-prepared for the experience of death and dying. There are tensions and contradictions for patients as well as their families. Spiritual as well as medical issues are often problematic.
For 25 years Robin Taylor was Professor of Respiratory Medicine in New Zealand. Now working at Wishaw General Hospital he has been commissioned by NHS Lanarkshire to improve the care of patients in acute hospitals who are at the end of life. He has produced an acclaimed documentary ‘A Good Death’ and is uniquely placed to share his thoughts and take questions on ‘Death - The Great Taboo.’
Take time to join others in celebrating the birth of our Lord Jesus. This 30-40 minute service is for all the family. Why not encourage your children to bring one of their presents they've been given to 'shown and tell' everyone about it. Come celebrate Christmas with us.