Knockbain Free Church


Rev.Farquhar Renwick

Tel: 01463 731659

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A congregation of the Free Church of Scotland

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COVID-19: Updated Guidance 17/3/20

Please note that services of public worship will be cancelled until further notice. 

We would encourage you to join with others in worship at one of the live streaming options here.

Click here to download the latest edition of The Record - The Monthly Magazine of the Free Church of Scotland.

Knockbain Free Church (IV1 3YH) is a local church which offers a welcome to all.  We meet in our church building in North Kessock on the beautiful Black Isle, just north of Inverness. The Church is situated on the left as you drive down towards the village from the A9.
Our aim is to worship God in a biblical manner and to be a loving community of believers, seeking to fulfil Christ's Mission statement of making disciples of all nations by sharing the gospel.

Details of our service times and meetings can be found on the Weekly Noticeboard page.
In our worship we sing exclusively from the Psalms, which we believe to be God's inspired hymn-book provided for the congregational praise of His Church in all ages and which speak throughout of the King of Kings - the Lord Jesus Christ. We sing without instrumental accompaniment, which again we believe reflects the clear pattern of New Testament worship. More information on how we worship and what we believe can be found on our What we believe and How we worship page.
We would encourage you to come along and join us in our worship of God and please feel free to come just as you are.
Read on and check out the following "Story a Month" - a great and meaningful present to give to any Primary School-age youngster:

Irene Howat is no stranger to us; she has written nearly 50 books for Christian Focus Publications, about 30 of them for children.  Irene's "Story a Month Club" will introduce 7-13 year olds to real heroes and heroines, men and women who started life as ordinary children like Club members, but who grew up to be used by God in interesting, courageous and life-changing ways.
For full details, go to: 






                                                   Ferry Brae, North Kessock      Scottish Charity No. SC 004591