Welcome to
Dull & Weem Parish Church

“God is light; In him there is no darkness...”  

[1 John 1:5]

Dull and Weem Parish, Church of Scotland

Sunday Service 9 30 am.

Minister : Rev. Neil M Glover

Senior Elder : Mr C. Thom

Phone 01887 820174   e mail thoms123@btinternet.com

Roll Keeper : Mr T. Pringle

Phone 01887 820931   e mail pringlemob@btinternet.com

Session Clerk : Mr P. Hobbs

Mobile 07967 226824   e mail peter.hobbs856@gmail.com

Treasurer : Mr R. Chadburn

PA to Rev Neil Glover : Judy Ewer

Mobile 07836 565528  e mail judy.ewer@adwgls.org.uk







Weekly Newsletter 06.12.22

Dear Friends,



Are you still on the hunt for a Christmas Present? What about a rather special recipe book? The Jubilee Celebrations Recipe Book has been compiled from the Garden Party at Derculich in June 2022. It also contains pudding stories and wonderful memories of the Jubilee Celebrations of the late Queen Elizabeth.

Copies cost £8.50 and can be purchased through Myra Williamson .



Please note the Warm Welcome Café team will be taking a well-deserved break over Christmas

Open next week – 16 December

Closed - 20 and 27 December

Reopens – 10 January 2023



Angela Hanvey is looking for some help! Are you going to Perth in the next few days –Angela has some Christmas Hamper goods requiring someone to collect them for her!

Please contact Angela - angelahanvey@capuk.org


Carers Drop in Tea  - 15 December – Town Hall - 11.00 am– 12.30pm

These  teas are growing in popularity because they offer great support to those who drop in. Would you like to know more? Please contact Judy – judy.ewer@adwgls.org.uk





Service details:

11 December - 3nd Sunday of Advent – The Candle of Love

Dull and Weem Parish Church - 9.30am – Margaret Yearsley

Aberfeldy Parish Church – 10.30am – Geoff Davis

Strathtay Parish Church – 10.30am – Rose Patterson

Tenandry – Neil Glover- 10.30am – Neil Glover with Communion




Sunday Zoom Services – 10:30am - (Rm 920 598 9200, password 316316 https://us02web.zoom.us/j/9205989200)



Sermons - Neil’s sermons are now available for you to read on the Aberfeldy Church Website






18 December  - 4rd Sunday of Advent – The Candle of Joy

Dull and Weem Parish Church - 9.30am

Aberfeldy Parish Church – 10.30am

Strathtay Parish Church – 10.30 am


18 December – Carols by Candlelight

Aberfeldy Parish Church - 6.30pm




Christmas Eve


Crib Service - on line service – 5.30pm - Zoom


Meeting ID: 920 598 9200
Passcode: 316316


Dull and Weem Parish Church

Carols - 8.00pm


Strathtay Parish Church

Carols followed by Watchnight Service – 11.00pm



Christmas Day

Aberfeldy Parish Church – 10.30am



New Year’s Day – 1 January 2023

Dull and Weem Parish Church - 10.30am



Linkage Services 2023

Following the agreement by all the Linkage Sessions ‘Linkage Services ‘will be taking place on the 1st Sunday of each month. All services -will start at 10.30am


January - Weem - Rose Patterson

February  - Aberfeldy – Neil Glover

March – Logierait – Neil Glover


April - Weem

May - Aberfeldy

June – Strathtay


Wherever possible Neil will lead these services





‘Warm Welcome Cafe’ is open in Aberfeldy Parish Church every Tuesday morning with teas, coffee, biscuits and home baking - all free.

10.00am– 12.00pm

Please note the new time!


The numbers are growing week on week which is fantastic. Please do come along and meet up with old friends and make some new ones!


Funding for the café has come from the Church of Scotland and Perth and Kinross Council




If you would like to know more or become actively involved, please contact Judy




07836 565 528




Advanced notices



Some regular church and community activities taking place in our buildings


Aberfeldy ‘Stay and Play’ – Tuesday morning 9.30 – 11.30am– Lawers Hall


Aberfeldy Prayer Meeting

As of Wednesday 30th November the weekly Prayer Meeting in Aberfeldy Parish Church will be held at the earlier time of 5pm -6pm for the winter months. We will still meet in Farragon and as always everyone is welcome to come along.



Aberfeldy Alcoholics Anonymous – Aberfeldy Parish Church, Kitchen 7.30 – 9pm every Tuesday

Contact –- 0800 917 7650


Aberfeldy Quilting Group – Aberfeldy Parish Church, Lawers Hall– Thursdays - 11.am – 3pm

Contact Jane – 07771641390 or Annette – 07736384035



Dull and Weem - Chit Chat Café – is 1st Monday of the month in the Macdonald Room, Dull and Weem Kirk.

For further information please contact Liz Bruce –



Strathtay Coffee Break

The group meet every Wednesday in the John Kyd Hall beside Strathtay Church at 10.30am - all are welcome to come along and join in!


Strathtay Quilting Group – John Kyd Hall

7 – 9pm on 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month

Contact Marie MacLeod – stytchandturn@btinternet.com


Warm Welcome Cafe’ is open in Aberfeldy Parish Church every Tuesday morning with teas, coffee, biscuits and home baking - all free.

10.00 am– 12.00pm


Carer’s Drop-in – Town Hall ( in the Horizon Lunch Club room) 11.00am  – 12.30pm

15 December


Carer’s Drop-in - 2023 (3rd Thursday of each month) 11.00am - 12.30pm

January 19

February 16

March 17



Dementia Friendly Aberfeldy: Up and Coming Events in the Birks Cinema


Singing For Fun 10.30am – 12.00pm

If you enjoy singing some of those good old favourites, please drop in!

  • Friday 23 December



Relaxed Screening - 10.30am

The lights are not fully dimmed –with a generally more relaxed feel to the show.


  • Friday 2 December – White Christmas



Football Memories – 11.00am – 12.00pm

The football memories programme is aimed at helping people of all ages who would benefit from social interaction e.g., those living in isolation or with a condition such as dementia or recovering from a stroke.


  • Friday






If you know of anyone who is struggling to heat their house and / or pay their energy bills, please do pass them on to us at Warm Connections, and we would be delighted to advise on ways of reducing your energy consumption and bills. 

www.warmconnections.net or email advice@warmconnections.net.


Breadalbane Community Larder


For emergency support call 0345 30 111 00 (Mon – Fri 9.00am – 5.00pm) or email breadalbanecommunitylarder@btinternet.com


The Community Larder’s Social Supermarket is open at Offizone on Kenmore Street each Saturday from 11.00am – 12.30pm for customers to purchase dried and tinned goods at a reduced rate – 4 items for £1. 


The FoodShare table at the rear of Aberfeldy Parish Church is open 24/7 and often has a variety of goods which would otherwise be sent to the Co-op’s bio-digester.  It’s our Christian responsibility to ‘tend the garden’ ie our planet so we can all do our bit to reduce food waste by ‘shopping’ at the FoodShare table from time to time.

Remember, this part of the Larder project is about reducing food waste as well as supporting those feeling the pinch in these difficult times.


If you know of anyone struggling to make ends meet, please let them know about the range of options provided by Breadalbane Community Larder.

The Larder is a joint initiative of several local churches and also involves members of the local community.  If you would like to be involved, please contact the team on 07513 ‍652597 or email breadalbanecommunitylarder@btinternet.com




Contact details


Neil’s email -  nglover@churchofscotland.org.uk

Neil’s mobile – 07779 280074


PA – Judy Ewer – judy.ewer@adwgls.org.uk

Mobile – 07836 565528


Parish Assistants offering Pastoral Support

Judy Ewer - jewer@churchofscotland.org.uk

Mobile - 07836 565528


Kate Scott - cscott@churchofscotland.org.uk

Mobile - 07760 320031



Holy Communion

09:30 AM

Teaching By

Rev Neil Glover



09:30 AM

Teaching By

Margaret Yearsley



09:30 AM

Teaching By

John DFuff



Carol Service

08:00 PM

Teaching By

Rev. Neil Glover

Watch Now

09:30 AM

Teaching By



Visit Us

Dull and Weem Parish Church is be found on the west side of the river Tay in Highland Perthshire.

Follow the road, from Aberfeldy, Crossing the historic Wade's Bridge, and continue down the avenue towards Weem.

As you enter the village of Weem, you will find the church on the right-hand side of the road. 

“Let us then with confidence draw near to the throne of grace, that we may receive mercy and find grace to help in time of need” 

[Hebrews 4:16]