Encouraging People to
Follow Jesus Christ
The church is one of the finest examples of Norman architecture in Scotland. This ‘miniature Cathedral’ sits in its own graveyard with views over the Forth to Edinburgh. The nave and chancel date from 1123. It was enlarged in the 15th century by the addition of a side aisle, and in the 17th by the small transeptual aisle. The church fell into disrepair in the 18th century and was restored in 1925.
St. Fillan’s Church will celebrate its 900th Anniversary in 2023.
Rev Peter Gerbrandy-Baird.
10.30am every Sunday (including St Fillan’s Youth during term time). Held in the Church Hall the last Sunday of every month.
Although the church is currently closed due to the Covid-19 crisis the service is available online each Sunday – see below and in News.
The Church is currently closed due to Covid-19. Please refer back for updates.
Today would have been the Aberdour Festival Songs of Praise. Some of the congregation have chosen a hymn and written a few words. Thanks to all those who contributed. Join in the signing! David Graham has chosen The Little Drummer Boy. "At the start of the Iraq war...
The Aberdour Churches Family Fun Team have been busy putting together a Virtual Family Fun Week with all the usual activities - but online! It is on from Monday 20th. Click here to go to the Family Fun page. Remember to send your photos of crafts, cakes etc. to Sara....
A service to celebrate the Aberdour Festival which would have taken place around this time. The service included previous festival photographs reproduced with permission from the festival organisers. Conducted by the Minister in the church, assisted by a member of the...
The flower festival would normally be taking place this week. Here are some photographs (taken by John Taylor) from previous festivals.