tryst_kitchen.jpg (69022 bytes)The Tryst. Situated next to the church building, it started life in 1910 as the church hall.  Between 1992 and 1996 the building was extended to include a large lounge, a commercial kitchen, the church office, toilets and a treatment room.  The building was dedicated by the then Moderator of the General Assembly, the Rt Revd John McIndoe on 4th September 1996

Local Authority Activities at The TrystThe Tryst Day Centre lounge at Pitlochry Church of Scotland

Perth and Kinross Local Authority gives financial support to a Day Care Centre at The Tryst. The Authority also finances the work of the Princess Royals Trust for Carers which takes over The Tryst lounge one day a week and gives some free time to those caring for the infirm and elderly.

Thr Tryst HallChurch Activities at The Tryst
Rehearsals by the local Choral Society are held here and the Lounge provides a comfortable room for receiving visitors, for coffee mornings and meetings of the Guild and various church committees, including the regular meetings of the Presbytery.

The “Tryst for Prayer” group meets here for half an hour on most Wednesday mornings.
For small groups, two folding screens can be pulled across one end of the Lounge to form two rooms, each with its own entrance to the main corridor.


Other ActivitiesTryst Kitchen Facility
The Tryst lounge,  hall and kitchen are also hired by individuals for social events such as birthday parties
and by community organisations for their meetings.

Kitchen Interior

Other Organisations using the Tryst include:
Pitlochry and District Choral Society
History Circle
Pitlochry Probus Club
Samba Dancing
Scottish Wildlife Trust (local Branch)
Scottish Country Dancing 
North Perthshire Family History Group
The Tryst Walking Group
Pitlochry Pre-School Playgroup

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