Struan Church is above the bridge over the River Errochty. The church is the most sacred place in Clan Donnachaidh country has a history as a religious site going back to the earliest times that mankind occupied the area. Long before the first Christian missionary ventured into Atholl, it was a place of Druidic worship as witnessed by the old Druid Stone still standing in the old churchyard.
Struan Church, Perthshire, Scotland. The interior of the church. Originally the auditorium was twice as wide, but was divided during alterations in 1938.
Clan Donnachaidh, most, if not all Donnachaidh chiefs lie buried at Struan Church graveyard, Perthshire, Scotland. The old church sits where the Erochty water joins the River Garry.