• Sunset over the sea
  • White sandy beach

Tiree Parish Church is a small but active and visionary congregation within the community of Tiree, the outermost of the Inner Hebrides islands, off the West coast of Scotland. As a church, we seek to spread the Gospel, serve the needs of the community and to inspire people through our worship, our faith-inspired life values, and our hospitality. We seek to reach out to all people, residents on the island and the many visitors, with the love of God.

We're currently seeking a new minister. Please see our Parish Profile for more information.


Word for Today

In need of spiritual inspiration? Want to read the Bible, but not sure where to begin?

The following link leads to UCB's Word for Today which provides an encouraging article with Biblical references each day, and suggested reading for those who wish to read their Bible on a regular basis.


Latest news

New Interim Moderator

Mr. Douglas Allan has been appointed Interim Moderator for Tiree Parish Church. Our thanks go to Rev Dr Iain Barclay for his support, pastoral care and ministry over the last couple of years. Douglas is looking forward to taking up his role and has asked that if anyone would like a home or hospital visit, read on

Tiree Parish Church Profile

The Tiree Parish Church profile is now available to view.  Please click here to learn more about the Church, the island and the community of Tiree. read on

TMF 2017

The Tiree Baptist Church, Church of Scotland and visitors to the island all joined together at TMF 2017 for a morning worship service in the Community Tent.  Tea, coffee and delicious home baking were served before the service, and the  congregation then enjoyed music, drama and a presentation about Mainly Music in Lebanon (for which a collection was taken at the end of the service), whilst  youngsters at the service took part in a craft activity.  The service closed with prayers and a chance to admire the youngsters’ craftwork.  read on

Recent articles

Contemplations During Holy Week

The following excerpts are taken from the Contemplative services taking place during Holy Week: read on

God’s Love – a Sermon by Rev. Charles MacKinnon

It’s been said that the ‘love of God is the deepest expression of his character and Jesus Christ’s total giving of himself, shown supremely in his obedient suffering and death on the cross, reveals God’s amazing love for sinners’(Thematic Study Bible). read on