Meet the people involved in the ministry of
Perth North Church
REV KENNETH STOTT
Welcome to the website of Perth North. It is my privilege to be the minister of this caring and supportive congregation. I was inducted into Perth North in November 2017 having previously served for over 20 years in Chalmers-Ardler, Dundee and 7 and half in Glasgow (Partick South).
Over thirty years in ministry has brought many changes for my wife Anne and me -we have three daughters, a son-in-law and a new granddaughter. Although there have been many changes there are still a number of consistent things in my life- my enjoyment of sport- Montrose FC and the Scottish national team.
As the church faces many exciting challenges and opportunities I remain convinced that the message of Jesus Christ is good news for everyone - that through Jesus we not only experience forgiveness and new life, but there is the reality of being drawn into a living community of faith and the Kingdom of God. This gathering has the potential to show to a watching world the reality of new relationships, kindness, justice and love. Be part of that adventure!
REV J COLIN CASKIE
Colin came to Perth in 2012 after ministries in Glasgow, Carnoustie and Helensburgh. He and Alison head up the Tuesday House Group and Colin takes his share of the pastoral visiting in the congregation. Grandfather of eight, he and Alison enjoy the fellowship of the North Church, and when not working he collects old postcards and stamps, and loves his garden
REV GRANT MACLAUGHLAN
I am the Parish Community Worker with Perth North Church, a role I love, as I spend the majority of my time beyond the walls and committees of the church. I’ve been doing this since the summer of 2015, but have been involved in a variety of ministries in different places since 1996. Outside of ministry I enjoy spending time with my wife and 3 children, watching Dundee United, supporting Scottish and Perthshire Rugby, eating good food, enjoying great coffee, reading books about God at work in the world and being with people.