• The Black Isle Filling Station – Tues 29th May at 7pm The Black Isle Filling Station, 7.00pm Tuesday 29 May at Gordon Memorial Hall, Rosemarkie. This is not a church but a group of Christians from different churches gathering together in praise, listenning to a speaker and singing hymns. Light refreshments available. Perhaps you would like to give it a try, its a bit like a ...
  • Kiltarlity Annual Accounts 2017 The 2017 annual accounts for Kiltarlity Church of Scotland have been approved by the Kirk Session and are available to download. They will be presented to the congregation at the Stated Annual Meeting on Sunday 18th March.
  • ‘Mothers in Malawi’ – A Celebratory Musical Evening Please come and support this Celebratory Musical Evening in Inverness Cathedral in support of “Mothers in Malawi” on Thursday 15th March at 7.30pm.
  • Presbytery Plan Inverness Presbytery has published its Presbytery Plan, which sets out its strategy for the next 10 years. The detailed document can be viewed by clicking on the above link and is summarised below. Background The factors behind the plan are: Income to the Church has declined (not, however, in Kiltarlity or Kirkhill) Church membership has declined (also not in ...
  • Carol Service – Thursday 14th December
  • Christmas Services
  • Friday Club – New! Kiltarlity Church is starting a Friday Club for primary school children on Friday afternoons from 12.15 till 3.30pm during term time and when the children are in school. The idea of this is to encourage use of our old church building, and also to provide a small service to hard-working parents who struggle to find ...
  • YWAM are coming again! The team from “Youth With A Mission” are back in Kiltarlity and Kirkhill again! After the success of their visit last year, they will be coming back from Monday 12th to Sunday 18th June. There will be fun-packed events for primary and secondary school children and for families. See the flyer and below for more details: All sessions are ...
  • Messy Church Messy Church is coming to Kirkhill and Kiltarlity! We will be starting a trial of Messy Church in Kirkhill on Sunday 18th June from 4pm – 6pm. If this is successful then the aim is to do this monthly, with a combination of Kirkhill and Kiltarlity. For further details see the flyer or contact Rev. Jonathan ...
  • Kiltarlity & Kirkhill Local Church Reviews Our churches been going through a process of review and planning, culminating in  ‘Local Church Reviews’ – one for each church. These documents set out the ‘story’ of our congregations and present 5 year action plans with very specific goals. The plans have been written by the Kirk Sessions and the action plans are heavily influenced ...