Scottish Episcopal Church St John the Baptist Sharing Christ's love in Perth
Visiting Bishop Jim Currie

We had a goodly number of folk in church this morning which included a fair few clergy of which there were three Bishops (two retired), three Canons and a Priest. It was wonderful to hear from a friend of our Rector’s this morning Bishop Jim Currie. He has discovered an amazing retirement ministry turning weapons into objects of practical use. A number of people who have been injured by the use of weapons also have the opportunity to play part in their destruction.

Cafe church 14th August

A good evening as usual with great speakers who shared with us a little of their life and faith.

Cafe Church

If you are in the vicinity we would love to see you at Café Church this Wednesday .

A visit to Rosslyn Chapel

On Wednesday 24th July a few folk from St John’s and friends gathered at Rosslyn Chapel for a couple of hours.  After a very informative short talk everyone explored in small groups.



Come along and enjoy what should be a wonderful evening in support of Forth Valley Welcome and their work with Syrian refugees.











The last Nitekirk (on the theme 'Living Stones') before the summer break takes place this Sunday, 30th, from 6-7.30. Drop in at any time. There will be a led meditation at 6.45 and all are welcome to stay for coffee/pizza at the Italian Corner afterwards.

Patronal Festival and Lay Reader Licensing

It was a wonderful day at St John’s on Sunday morning with Bishop Ian joining us for our Patronal Festival and the Licensing of Rob Mackay as Lay Reader. As always many folk worked hard behind the scenes providing the glorious flowers, the joyous music and the sumptuous bring and share lunch.

Cafe Church 12th June

At Cafe Church on the 12 June we had amazing cakes and a fascinating short talk about Perth Street and School Pastors. We also sang happy birthday at the close!

The next Café Church is on 10th July 5.30-6.30pm as usual

Afternoon tea in the country

Inside rather then outside but a great afternoon at Stormontfield village hall.

St John the Baptist