Picture of Bankfoot Village

Welcome to the website of the Bankfoot Church Centre.

We wish all those who visit our web site a blessed year in 2014.


On 28 October 2012, we celebrated our 4th. anniversary and combined the celebration with our harvest thanksgiving.

Look on the photo gallery tab to see photos.


The Presbytery of Perth met at Bankfoot Church Centre on Wednesday 20 June 2012 at 7.00 pm and Rev. Adrian Lough was ordained and inducted to the parishes of Auchtergaven and Moneydie linked with Stanley & Redgorton. For more details see News and Events page and click on the PHOTO GALLERY tab for photographs.


We opened our new building on 22nd October 2008. The previous church was a very beautiful nineteenth century church towering above the village till 25th February 2004 when it tragically burned to the ground. The response of Bankfoot church and community is the present building, which has quickly become the heart of the village and where the tag line used during the build: “Bankfoot Church and Community Building together” continues to be a daily reality.

To some the Bankfoot Church Centre represents a new way of “doing church”, to others it is a recovery of a model based on scripture, where worship and daily life merge into one. 
The aim of the project to rebuild the church after the fire was to provide a twenty first century building accessible and relevant to all.  Billy Graham once said, “Don’t tell a starving man God loves him, feed him and show him.”  If any church is to be relevant to its community it must serve the needs of that community and speak a language it understands. Bankfoot Church Centre aimed to do exactly that. 

Throughout the planning and building process, the church sought to listen carefully to the needs, hopes and plans of its community. It also listened carefully for God's plans and was encouraged by the continued recurrence of the words of Jeremiah 29:11, “For I know the plans I have for you,” says the Lord, “Plans to prosper you and not to harm you, to give you hope and a future.”  These words seemed so fitting and deliberate that they became the inscription on the foundation stone on which the whole project was, quite literally built. Within the building there are facilities for all ages, from the soft play area for children to a day care centre for the elderly. Our hope is that all who enter the building will not only feel welcome but know that God is present in the midst of this community.  

Iain McFadzean

Former Minister Bankfoot Church


We aim to provide a focus of faith and worship accessible to all within our growing community.
By relating to all ages we will reach out in Christian service and caring to all in Auchtergaven and Moneydie Parish.
We aspire to bring the progressive influence of Christ into the midst of the life of our parish creating a sense of belonging to the wider family of God.


To foster and grow the ethos of unconditional acceptance to all expressed through our Christian faith.
To make the gospel available to all generations using the best methods and materials we can employ.
To be an open, outward looking congregation founded on the truth of scripture and led by the Holy Spirit.


Auchtergaven & Moneydie
Sunday Morning Service:
11.15. Tea and coffee served after every service and all are welcome.


Click here for  map of location
Tulliebelton Road,
Church office:
01738 788 017
01738 827952

Rev. Adrian Lough, BD
Minister of the linked charge of Auchtergaven & Moneydie linked with Stanley and Redgorton.

Our thanks
to Rev. Bob Sloan  who has served us so well as locum of the linked charge of Auchtergaven & Moneydie and Stanley and Redgorton in our period of vacancy.

Our thanks too, to Rev. Scott Burton, minister of St Matthews Church in Perth who served us all as interim moderator during the vacancy.