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Thurso St Peters and St Andrews

Church Of Scotland

Sunday 10:30am & evening 6:30pm
Bible Study Tuesday Evenings 6:30pm
Prayer Meeting Thursday Evenings 7:30pm

Minister: Rev David SM Malcolm BD

The ministers of Saint Peter's Church since 1833 are listed below:

1833 - 1843 Walter Ross Taylor
1843 - 1859 William Dalziel
1860 - 1910 John Stewart Miller
1910 - 1935 George R.MacLennan
1939 - 1946 Robert M. Fraser
1946 - 1951 Andrew K.Fairlie
1952 - 1964 Dugald C. Alexander
1965 - 1988 Donald S. Riach
1989 - 2005 Kenneth M. Borthwick

Saint Peter's Church of Scotland was opened on the first Sunday of 1833. "A neat and plain church with a tower or spire to contain 1800 sitters and well adapted to hearing the minister. " The fine site is apparent as one approaches the town from the River Bridge. The interior of the church is attractive in it's layout with the pulpit and communion table at centre. In 1914 the present pipe organ was installed and the downstairs pews were replaced by the present comfortable seating centre. The pews upstairs are original. The memorial windows at either side of the pulpit are of particular note. It is thought that the founder of the Boys Brigade ,Sir William Smith, born at nearby Pennyland Farm, may have worshipped here as a boy.

Postal Address
Thurso St Peters and St Andrews
Princes Street

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