The Parishes of Muthill and Trinity Gask with Kinkell are 7 miles apart and the road from Muthill to Trinity Gask Church crosses the River Earn at Kinkell Bridge.
The long presence of a church in Muthill is evident by the remains of a medieval building and burial ground in the centre of the village. The Old Church has a 12th century tower and the ruins of the 15th century Church Building, a handsome late Georgian building dates from 1825-8.
The Parish of Muthill has a population of over 800, the majority of whom live in the village, which is situated 3 miles south of Crieff. Perth and Stirling are within a half-hour’s drive and Muthill is on the scenic route from the A9 through the Sma’ Glen to Aberfeldy and Dunkeld.
There has been a Church at Trinity Gask for 500 years and the present building dates from 1770.
Trinity Gask and Kinkell is a purely rural community with no focal point other than the Church. It is equidistant from Crieff and Auchterarder and with good direct access to Perth.