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Welcome to Muthill with Trinity Gask & Kinkell

Sunday Worship at Trinity Gask and Kinkell, with essentially the same service being held in Muthill.  All are welcome, see our events calendar for service times.

Welcome to Muthill

Sunday Service

Copyright Muthill with Trinity Gask and Kinkell

Registered Charity Numbers:

Muthill: SC004984

Trinity Gask and Kinkell: SC000004

If you wish to contact the minister, Klaus Buwert, or the session clerk please click here.

The Church of Scotland represents the largest faith group in the village of Muthill and plays an integral and active part in village life with various Clubs and Organisations.  We also hold special events like Messy Church for the younger people, Exploring Christianity and The Alpha Course throughout the year.  More information on these events can be found on our What’s On page with dates and times of upcoming events found on our Events Calendar.  Please follow our facebook page to be kept informed of the latest news and upcoming events

Message from the Minister.

Welcome to our web site.  I hope we can also welcome you to our churches.  The service times, the organisations associated with our congregations, the events host can all be found within these pages.  But they only give a tiny flavour of what it is like to worship here, to join in the fellowship, to experience the friendliness, to be part of the church family.  A lot of people work hard to make church what it is.  Our two congregations exist for the purpose of brining God glory by proclaiming and living out the Gospel of Jesus Christ.  His life of love and service is our model for seeking to love and serve those living within our parish.

If you are within striking distance of Muthill or Trinity Gask I invite you to come and see for yourself if the Christian community here might be of service to you, help you on your Christian journey, and perhaps become your spiritual home.

Rev Dr Klaus Buwert.