Glenmuick Parish Church
Church Square, Ballater AB35 5NE
First built on the site in 1798, three parishes came together to form the new parish of Glenmuick, Tullich and Glengairn. The spire was adorned with lights for Christmas 2010. Services for Christmas 2012 are listed on the What's On page or click here for a copy of the complete list..
St. Kentigern's Episcopal Church
Braemar Road & Provost Craig Road, Ballater AB35 5RL
The church is finely detailed and retains much of its original decoration. The current church was built to replace a corrugated iron structure which had been the first Scottish Episcopal Mission to Ballater. Previous to this, the worshippers had met at the Chapel in Glenmuick House and the altar in the North aisle is said to have come from the Glenmuick Chapel.
1st Sunday Holy Communion (1970)
2nd Sunday Holy Communion (1982)
3rd Sunday Holy Communion (1982)
4th Sunday Morning Prayer
5th Sunday Holy Communion (1970)
Services begin at 9.30am
The St Kentigern's Sunday Club meets on the third Sunday of each month in the Church Hall. The children are brought back into church to join their families during the Offertory Hymn. Children are welcome to attend any Sunday service and families are invited to use the materials in the hall if so required. All visitors are most welcome to join the regular members of the congregation for refreshments after the service. Rev James Curry - 01339 755726
Books are on sale to raise money for the Church - check our Notice Board page for details!
St. Nathalan's Catholic Church
Golf Road, Ballater AB35 5RS / Postal Address: Corsee Cottage, 5 High Street Banchory / Contact Tel: 01330 822835
A Scots Gothic church with attached single storey and attic presbytery. Gabled entrance porch. A central upper level niche contains a carved stone statue of St Nathalan. Built with grey and pink squared and snecked rock-faced granite with grey granite dressings. Set back from the road within own spacious grounds.