Weekly at 11:30am
- Struy and Cannich
Alternate at 10:00am
5th Sunday Service
There is a combined service using each church in turn.
This is followed by a picnic lunch (weather permitting).
Our parish is in one of the most beautiful parts of Scotland and centres around the historic and picturesque village of Beauly, which is 12 miles west of Inverness and 9 miles south of Dingwall.
The other two places of worship are Struy - 10 miles south-west from Beauly - and Cannich - 7 miles further up Strathglass, en route to Glen Affric.
The parish includes the communities of Beauly and Wester Balblair, then generally follows the river upstream to Tomich village and Cougie and includes Kilmorack, Crask of Aigas, Struy, Cannich and Tomich. The glens of Strathglass, Strathfarrar, Cannich and Affric complete the extent of the parish.For directions and maps to our places of Worship...
We are delighted to have welcomed Rev Ian Manson as our minister. Ian has come back to minister in Scotland after spending 15 years in Geneva, Switzerland.Find out more...
We are a thriving, community-oriented parish offering events for all ages. For more information about our activities with details of locations, times and special events, please Meet Our Groups.Find out more...
We have meeting for conversation and sharing through Lent, continuing on Sunday 12th March, in the hall in Beauly, at 7.30.
The church Singing Group are currently rehearsing after the Sunday Services in Beauly. New members are always welcome.
Sunday School/ Sunday Club
Beauly has a Sunday School which meets every Sunday during the Service.
We successfully held a Christmas Fun Day and an Easter Fun Day. Both were great days and a lot of fun was had by all!
An opportunity to enjoy convival company whilst sharing talents in various handcrafts.
Service at Residential Home
On the 5th Sunday of any month which has one there is a short service at Urray House Residential Home in Muir of Ord.
Tea and Coffee
Served after each service at Struy and Cannich - also on the last Sunday of the month in Beauly.
There is a coffee morning in the hall in Beauly on the last Tuesday of the month.
The Ladies' Fellowship has winter meetings for Bible Studies fortnightly.
The Church supports the Blythswood Showbox appeal annually.
The Food Bank, which is a Blythswood initiative, is ongoing all year round.
The Social Group is arranging various functions for us all to enjoy this year eg walking and a cookery demonstration.