Dunnichen, Letham & Kirkden Church

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                             Dunnichen Church                          Letham Church                     The Bell from Kirkden Church

Dunnichen, Letham & Kirkden Church was formed when 2 parishes combined.  Kirkden Church was demolished in 1952, and now all that remains of it is a very pleasant church yard.  Situated in this church yard is the bell from the church.  Dunnichen Church closed, permanently, on 21st August 2011. The church has now been sold to a private buyer wishing to convert it into a dwelling.  The church yard, which belongs to Angus Council, will, of course, be preserved and there will be complete right of access to it at all times.

Please note that the cemerteries and graveyards are owned and maintained by Angus Council and they keep all details of past and present burials in the 3 cemeteries that service Dunnichen, Letham & Kirkden Parish.

Letham Church,therefore, remains as the only Church for the Parish. It lies in the heart of Letham village and the hall is used by many local groups.  The address is Dundee Road, Letham, Forfar, Angus DD8 2PP.

Everyone is invited to come to the services, held at 10.30am each Sunday, and will be made very welcome.

Dunnichen, Letham & Kirkden have a strong church Guild and this meets every third Tuesday at 7.15pm in the church hall, sexcept during the summer months of June to August.  Everyone is welcome - male and female!

  In The Know Leaflet

The Church's Publicity Group produces an information leaflet. This will be updated every year and distributed to every household via "In The PICTure", usually in the September issue.  A copy of the leaflet can be viewed by clicking here.

A Parish Profile has been produced and this can be accessed by clicking here.

Times of Services

Letham Church


All services will be at 10.30am in Letham Church and there will be an evening service on the third Sunday in the month at 4.30pm to be held in the Church.

The first Sunday of every month Communion will be held, before the main service, at 9.30am. Communion is open to anyone who is baptized and who "comes in faith and loves the Lord".  On the first Sunday in May and November there will be a full Communion service at the normal service time of 10.30am.

If you would like to know more about the church, please contact the Session Clerk, Irene McGugan.