Church Service Details
Times of Services
Weekly throughout the year - Sunday morning at 10.30am (and also online)
Midweek Service - Wednesday morning at 11.00am
Summer Months - Family Service - Sunday morning at 9.00am
Details of all upcoming services are available HERE.
The following facilities are also provided each Sunday at the 10.30am Service:
• A creche is available for children babies and toddlers.
• Cathedral Kids meets most term time Sundays from Sept-May in the Cathedral halls and welcomes all children from 3 years - S2 stage. During this time, Cathedral Kids also meets and shares in the first part of the Service. Please see 'Services' for details
• A loop system for the hard of hearing is in operation in the Cathedral.
• Large-print Hymn books are available from the Elders on duty at the door.
• Audio CDs of the Services are available most weeks.
During the summer months, we also hold a short, informal, half hour family service each Sunday starting at 9.00am. All are welcome to join us at this, leaving the rest of the day free to enjoy the summer weather!
In addition to the Sunday services, we also have a weekly mid-week service held on Wednesdays at 11.00am in the choir area of the Cathedral. All are most welcome at this informal, short service.
Additional services e.g. Evensong may take place at other times during the year. Look in the Services page for dates and times and more details.
Dunblane Cathedral is part of the Presbyterian Church of Scotland. A Welcome Area is set close to the Main (South) Door where visitors may make themselves known or seek assistance. Tea and Coffee are usually served in the Cathedral hall after the Service, to which visitors are especially welcome.
If you plan to visit Dunblane Cathedral at other times than services, look here for more details, including opening hours. We are a busy church and there are a lot of activities in the Cathedral and its halls. Full details of all public events within Dunblane Cathedral and wider afield are available HERE.
The music lists for our services are available from the Choir page or by clicking HERE.
On-Line Services and Cathedral Kids News
It is hard to watch each news bulletin on the human tragedy that is unfolding in Ukraine at present, and it is easy to feel helpless in the face of the grief, fear and danger faced by the Ukrainian people remaining in their homeland as it comes under attack from Russian armed forces, and the sorrow, exhaustion and uncertainty of those who have fled their homeland without knowing where they will go.
Our midweek service is held in the Cathedral Halls each Wednesday at 11.00am, where we will pray for our world and our community, and continue praying for peace in Ukraine.
We are also encouraging people to give financial support the DEC (Disasters Emergency Committee) Ukraine Humanitarian Appeal. Working with other major aid agencies, including Christian Aid and the British Red Cross, DEC will be helping to provide, food, water, shelter and medical assistance to the people of Ukraine. Please click HERE to donate.
Donations and Finance
Please assist with the running of Dunblane Cathedral by clicking on the Donate button image below.
Thank you in advance for your generosity.
Please note the the link in the Summer 2023 Magazine is incorrect - please downloiad a PDF to print and sign and hand it in to the Office or to the Gift Aid Registers after Church by clicking HERE.
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Dunblane's Leighton Library
Robert Leighton is commemorated within Dunblane Cathedral as one of the key figures on the pulpit telling the story of the history of Dunblane Cathedral, and also the magnificent carved reredos of the Leighton Screen filling the wall behind the Communion Table, depicting the seven corporal acts of mercy. You can find out more in this post about the restoration of Dunblane's historic Leighton Library which was the bequest to Dunblane of Robert Leighton - click HERE to view the videos.
'Hymne til Ærø' CD
To commemorate 30 years of the Flentrop organ in Dunblane Cathedral, we are delighted to offer a meticulously selected and beautiful CD of Danish works on this magnificent instrument.
"Hymne til Ærø" takes its title from a work of the same name composed by Kevin Duggan, Dunblane Cathedral's Director of Music, after his time living on the Danish island of Ærø. The piece is one of two world-premiere recordings of his music featured on this release.
For local residents in Dunblane and Doune, there is an option to purchase CDs for £10 and have them delivered by hand for free, available HERE
For addresses further away, there is an option to have the CDs sent by post for £12 including post and packing by clicking HERE
Please note: UK sales only