50 Huntly Street, Inverness IV3 5HS
Hello and welcome to the website of Inverness Methodist Circuit.
We are the most northerly Methodist Circuit in Scotland and in the United Kingdom mainland as a whole.
We are unique in this part of Scotland and the only Methodist Church in the Highlands but we are still part of a worldwide family of Methodists under the direction of the British Methodist Conference.
Methodists have been meeting in Inverness since 1761.
We meet for worship every Sunday at 11:00am.
(see services for further details).
We are a friendly Church so you are assured of a warm welcome should you come and worship with us.
If you cannot be in the building then the service is shown on YouTube. Please contact us for the weekly link.
A Fellowship Group meets on Sunday evenings at 7:00pm online. Please contact us if you would like to be involved.
Please feel free to explore the rest of the site and “haste ye back” whenever you want.
The calling of the Methodist Church is to respond to the gospel of God's love in Christ and to live out its discipleship in worship and mission.
A hot lunch will be provided on the Sundays of Lent
(18th and 25th Feb, 3rd, 10th, 17th and 24th March)
Venue: St Mary’s Hall, Huntly St (next to church)
Food served from 1.30. Doors open 1pm.
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