• 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.

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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.

www.ucb.co.uk/word-for-today

Latest news

Arrangements for re-opening – 6th September

Welcome Back to Worship Sunday 6th September 2020 Click the link above to see how we’re going to be making sure we stay safe when we meet for worship together in person. read on

Tiree Parish Church Re-opens

GOOD NEWS!! Tiree Parish Church plans to reopen Heylipol Church for worship on Sunday 6th September, 11.30am. All are most welcome. Details of social distancing and other precautions will be set out in the next issue. “Give thanks to the Lord, for he is good; his loving kindness continues forever.” Psalm 136:1 read on

Presbytery Prayer

Tiree Parish Church Bible verses and Presbytery Prayer for the Week I am a herdsman, and a dresser of sycamore trees, and the Lord took me from following the flock….Amos 7:14-15 And because he was of the same trade he stayed with them, and they worked, for by trade they were tentmakers. Acts 18:3 Is read on

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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