All Saints Episcopal Church

This beautiful church is a place of peaceful contemplation
The Square
Kinloch Rannoch, Perth and Kinross,
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This beautiful church is a place of peaceful contemplation

Lying in the square in Kinloch Rannoch, All Saints enjoys a prominent place in the village. It was built in 1864 by Sir John MacDonald who is buried with his family in an interesting mausoleum adjoining the church at the east end.  

The congregation of All Saints' Kinloch Rannoch is made up of members who were born into the Scottish Episcopal Church and English incomers who have discovered that north of the border the Scottish Episcopal Church is the sister of the Church of England within the Anglican family.  So, in the holiday seasons, All Saints' provides a spiritual home for Anglicans from all parts of the globe visiting Scotland. 


All Saints Church is open to visitors most days and the mausoleum by appointment. See church notice board.  For services please check the noticeboard at the church for up to date information.

The resident rector is Elizabeth Baker who lives in Pitlochry and has four Episcopal Churches in her Highland Perthshire Linked Charge.  These are in Pitlochry, Blair Atholl, Strathtay and Kinloch Rannoch; services are taken by either the Rector or visiting clergy who can use the church's cottage for holidays.

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