Knockbain Free Church


These are our services and meetings for this week and also advance details of forthcoming events.   


 Weekly Noticeboard & Events (All DV)




8th December 2019:         Morning Service (12 noon) - Rev Farquhar Renwick
                                           Evening Service (6pm) - Rev Farquhar Renwick 

Congregational Fellowship following the Evening Service - All welcome                   


The midweek prayer meeting and Bible Study is on in the church hall at 7.30pm.


Little Dolphins, our Parents and Toddlers' group, meets weekly during school terms every Thursday from 10.30am - 12 noon in the Hall. No Little Dolphins on Thursday 12th December due to the General Election. Final Little Toddlers of 2019 will be on Thursday 5th December.

North Kessock Kids Club  Resuming Thursday 14th November

Kids Club (P1 - P5): 3.30pm - 4.30pm at North Kessock (Church Hall)

(Joint Youth Club on Friday


Munlochy Kids Club Resuming Friday 15th November

Kids Club (P1 - P5): 3.15pm - 4.15pm at Munlochy (Community Hall)

Joint Munlochy & North Kessock Youth Club: 6.30pm - 7.30pm at North Kessock (Church Hall)

Other Notices:

Coffee Morning: Knockbain Free Church Youth Fellowship are organising a Coffee Morning on Saturday 7th December from 10:00 - 12:00 in Knockbain Free Church Hall (Ferry Brae, North Kessock, IV1 3YH). The YF are raising money for a local 6-year-old boy called Reece Mitchell who was diagnosed with Batten's Disease a year ago. Battens Disease is a rare genetic life-limiting condition with no cure. Reece has CLN2 which is one of the faster-progressing variants and needs palliative care. Reece has complex care needs and Highland Council said they couldn't adapt the house. The money will go towards a specially adapted pod to go in their garden, allowing Reece to stay with his family to give him the best quality of life possible. It is hoped the pod will be passed on to another family who have need of it. Please bring friends and family, and we look forward to seeing you there.

For more information see the following:

Blythswood Harvest Appeal

Highland Foodbank provides emergency food packages with enough food to last 3 meals for 3 days to people who would otherwise go hungry. People in crisis are referred to Highland Foodbank by a variety of different organisations including Social Work, Schools, and Citizen's Advice Bureau (CAB) local branches. Support local people in crisis by donating an item from the following list: 500g/1kg bags of rice, oatcakes/crackers, cornflakes, tins of ham, sugar, shaving foam/razors.