Baptism (Christening)

Baptism is the way in which all become part of the church, irrespective of age. Normally, in the Church of Scotland, people are baptised as babies, brought to church by their parents or grandparents. It is also a great joy to celebrate baptism of older children and adults in the church.

Thank you for considering being baptised or having your child baptised in either Killearnan or Knockbain Church. Baptisms usually form part of a Sunday service, which take place at 10:15 at Killearnan or 12 noon at Knockbain.

Generally, if you wish your child (or yourself for that matter) to be baptised, we’d ask you either live in Tore, North Kessock or Munlochy (and their surrounding areas), or come regularly to Killearnan or Knockbain Church. If you don’t live in these areas, have you considered approaching your local church? You can find your local Church of Scotland church via this link.

To find out more, please contact our minister, Susan, who will be delighted to discuss baptism with you.