Peterculter Parish Church

North Deeside Road, Peterculter, Aberdeen
01224 735845

Peterculter Parish Church

North Deeside Road, Peterculter, Aberdeen
01224 735845


Latest Update: January 2021

There will be no in person worship due to Scottish Government Covid 19 regulations.  The Aberdeen West Churches YouTube page has a service available online from 10.30 am every Sunday.

Please see our Facebook page (below) for Daily Reflections from the minister focusing on works of art illustrating stories from the Gospel of John.  

Please note that the church office is currently closed.

Our Foodbank drop off for Instant Neighbour takes place every Monday from 11am to 12pm.  


For Latest News – see our Facebook Page

The church is missing much of its regular income at this time due to the suspension of weekly worship services.

If you would like to support the work of Peterculter Parish Church please click the “Donate” button. This link takes you to the Church of Scotland main page where you have a choice of making a donation to the church’s general fund or you can choose to donate directly to a congregation.

If you wish to set up a regular payment please download the standing order form .

Instant Neighbour Donations During the Lockdown

The church will be open every Monday from 11.00 am to 12noon and every Friday from 7 pm – 7.30 pm to allow you to drop off donations in the car park and social distancing rules will be observed at all times.
Donations can be:
  • UHT or long life milk
  • Tinned soup
  • Tinned meat & fish
  • Tinned vegetables
  • Rice & pasta
  • Jar sauces
  • Cereals
  • Tinned fruit
  • Biscuits & snack bars
  • Teabags & instant coffee
  • Sugar
  • Diluting juice
  • Dog & Cat food
  • Basic Toiletries

Church Office COVID 19 Update

The Church Office will be closed until further notice

While closed we will still be responding to emails:

You can contact the minister, John Ferguson, directly on:
Phone: 01224 735041

December 2020 Update

The Christmas story is a reminder of the precarious nature of life. The risky journey to Bethlehem, the birth in primitive circumstances, the dangers from Herod and the flight to Egypt. At any point, something could have gone wrong and the Christ child might have...

Latest Update – November 2020

Dear Friends, We have now started back worshipping in the church and, so far, everything has gone well. We began with a couple of services on Thursdays and then moved to Sundays    Our numbers have been below our maximum limit of 45, with the highest number...

Lastest Update – Pentecost 2020

Dear Friends I am writing to let you know that this Sunday’s online worship will be a bit different. Congregations across Scotland will be joining together for a special Pentecost service.   The Rt Rev Dr Martin Fair, Moderator of the General Assembly,  will be...