Hello and welcome to Killearnan and Knockbain Parish Churches’ website. We are 2 Church of Scotland congregations on the Black Isle, covering Munlochy, Tore and North Kessock areas.
Our service for Sunday 11 December is on YouTube.
We’re also worshipping on site in our buildings, every week (usually) at 10:15am in Killearnan and 11:30 in Knockbain.
11 December Morning worship at our usual times of 10:15am in Killearnan and 11:30 in Knockbain.
15 December Join us in Killearnan for a Christmas carol service. After the service, there will be non-alcoholic mulled wine and mine pies to enjoy in the hall. All very welcome. All donations will go to The
18 December Morning worship at our usual times of 10:15am in Killearnan and 11:30 in Knockbain.
22 December Join us and our friends from The Black Isle Episcopal Church, for Community Carols in the North Kessock Village hall from 7pm. Donations will go to the North Kessock Community Larder
24 December Join us for a Watchnight service in Knockbain church, starting 11:30pm
25 December Let’s celebrate Christmas together in Killearnan church at 10:15am (NB this is a joint service, so there’s no service in Knockbain).
1 January Let’s celebrate Christmas together in Killearnan church at 10:15am (NB this is a joint service, so there’s no service in Knockbain).
This is our YouTube channel, where you can watch previous weeks’ services, and content we’ve created for the local schools etc.
Also, check out our Facebook page.
Please do get in touch with our minister, Susan (on 01463 731930) or any elder if you need help in any way.
A map and directions to both churches may be found on our contact and where to find us page.
We invite you to explore our site and find out a bit more about us. You would be made most welcome at any of our worship services or any of the other activities which go on in the churches.
We are mixed congregations, drawn from different backgrounds, and united in our shared Christian faith. We’d love for you to come and share in that mix and faith
We want to be welcoming, inclusive congregations, where all feel valued and loved, irrespective of background, race, gender sexuality or where they may be on their faith journey. It’s a shared journey, where we hope to support and learn from one another.
We try to make our faith the centre of our lives, as best we can. We aim to laugh and cry together; sharing in the joy and tears of our communities.
We’d love to see you, whether you’re visiting the area or sticking around, you will be made most welcome.
(PS Well behaved dogs are always welcome at church services and events).