Service Time & Location

Sunday Service Time:
10.00am Bible Explorers for children
10.30am Refreshments
11.00am Morning service
12.15pm Close

 

Sunday Service Location:
The Craigmonie Hotel
9 Annfield Road
Inverness
IV2 3HX
(Meeting in the Culduthel Suite)

 

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Blog

‘What is truth?’ Pilate’s question echoes down the centuries, long after he asked it of Jesus. His query was prompted by Jesus’ claim that he came into this world ‘to testify to the truth’ and that ‘everyone on the side of truth listens to me’...

Questions to be asked of new members joining the International Presbyterian Church: Do you know that God exists as a personal God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit, and acknowledge that Jesus Christ was God in the flesh? Do you acknowledge that you are a sinner,...

On the first Sunday of each month we share the Lord’s Supper together as part of our morning worship. If you are someone who knows and loves the Lord Jesus Christ, someone with a living faith in God and his Word, you are welcome to...

I’ve been looking for a word and I can’t find it. More specifically, I’ve been looking for a word in the Bible and I can’t find it. Yet it’s a common word. And it’s a word often used to describe members of a church. I’ve...

The former British Chancellor of the Exchequer, Alistair Darling (he of the white hair and black eyebrows), has written a memoir of his time at No.11 Downing Street. It’s called ‘Back from the Brink’ and provides a fascinating insight into the economic and political troubles...

Our mission is to know the Lord Jesus and to make Jesus known. It is our belief that God is glorified when his Son is recognised and worshipped as Lord and Saviour. Therefore, our aim is to introduce people to the Lord Jesus, through our worship...

This is an attempt to summarise what is distinctive about the churches of the International Presbyterian Church, both those which already exist and those we hope to plant in the future. As Reformed churches, our understanding of the gospel is set out in the Ecumenical Creeds...