Holy Week Services 2018

2018 Holy Week programmes at St Catharine’s Episcopal church, Blairgowrie. Please note that due to the ongoing-restoration our Masses are currently celebrated at St Catharine’s Episcopal church in Blairgowrie just by the corner of St Stephen’s. Download the PDF file .   2018 Holy Week programmes at St Catharine’s Episcopal church Download PDF here   Have a wonderful Easter celebrations Father … Read More

Pugin Lecture

St Stephen’s Church, Bank Street Blairgowrie will host the inaugural EW Pugin Lecture to celebrate restoration of the church building designed by this famous architect and member of the Pugin Dynasty. Their legacy includes the Houses of Parliament and many famous ecclesiastical buildings. St Stephen’s was the first of his four Scottish churches. Dr Gerald Hyland of the Pugin Society … Read More

Charity Shop

St Stephen RC Church ran a Charity Shop in support of their restoration work at J&J Howe, 30 Reform Street, Blairgowrie from Friday 20th–27th October. Organiser was Mary O’Brien from Coupar Angus, was ably helped by parishioners who came from as far afield as Bridge of Cally, Blairgowrie, Coupar Angus, Burrelton, Alyth and Meigle. Marion Duffy, a parish spokesperson, said, … Read More

Work starts at St Stephen’s

Essential and urgent repairs to St Stephen’s Roman Catholic Church, Blairgowrie, Perthshire awarded National Lottery support. It was announced today that St Stephen’s Roman Catholic Church, Blairgowrie has received £108,200 from the Heritage Lottery Fund for essential and urgent repairs to the fabric of the church building, designed in 1885 by celebrated architect W E Pugin.  Thanks to money raised … Read More

Building work begins – Mass is moving!

Following the restoration work presently going on in St Stephen’s Church, our weekday and Sunday masses will henceforth be celebrated in St Catharine’s Church Blairgowrie. Mass times will remain unchanged. Our programme of movement into St Catharine’s starts with the 11 am mass this Sunday 17th of September 2017.   Parking could be a bit tight on the streets around St … Read More