Dunblane Cathedral, built upon a Christian site first established by Saint Blane around the year 600, is one of the few surviving medieval churches in Scotland. It is home to a Congregation of around a thousand members and serves the parish of Dunblane and its surroundings.
Morning Worship is held in the Cathedral each Sunday at 10.30am, during which the Sunday School also meets and shares in the first part of the Service. A Welcome Area is set close to the Main (South) Door where visitors may make themselves known or seek assistance. Tea and Coffee are served in the Cathedral hall after the Service, to which visitors are especially welcome.
- Dunblane Cathedral is part of the Church of Scotland and Presbyterian
- Dunblane Cathedral dates back to the 12th century
- Most of what stands being constructed during the bishopric of Clement in the 13th century
Open April - September: 9.30am - 6pm Sundays 2pm - 6pm
(October - March until 4pm)
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