The district of Rothiemay covers a wide area with parishioners in Knock, Kinnoir as well as several who have retired into Huntly
The main settlement is the small village of Milltown where you will find the church, primary school, pub and village hall
The first church was founded by a Celtic monk, St Drostan in the 6th Century on the banks of the River Deveron in front of Rothiemay Castle
The church was removed to its present site around 1752 on the orders of the then castle owner
The present church has occupied the site since 1807
Several artefacts from the original churches can be seen in and around the present church
Services are held on the last Sunday of the month throughout the year with special exceptions made for Easter, Remembrance and Christmas when there is a lovely tradition of the Christingle Service
The Rothiemay Manse (now known as Church House) is still owned by the church and is rented out, along with the glebe.