Kingsview Christian Centre
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About Our Congregation
Kingsview Christian Centre is a Presbyterian congregation and member of the Associated Presbyterian churches. Our congregation gathers from many parts of Inverness, and beyond, to worship God through our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.
Our worship of God is founded upon his Word in preaching and praise. Our congregation sings unaccompanied Psalms led by a precentor. The Bible version used is the English Standard Version. A copy of the Bible and a Psalm book are in each seat. We believe ‘all Scripture is breathed-out by God’ (2Timothy 3.16.) and so, over time, preaching covers the whole of the Bible. At the time of writing, the morning preaching is from John’s Gospel in the New Testament and the evening sermons are on 1Kings in the Old Testament.
Our convictions are stated in a confession that is historic, reformed and Biblical – The Westminster Confession of Faith.
The spiritual needs of the congregation are the responsibility of the Kirk Session which has eight elders. In addition the Deacon’s Court has a further three men, looking after the practical and financial issues.
There is a creche facility available during the morning service for young children. When it is required a Sunday school class takes place which involves scripture reading, Bible stories and memory verses.
As a congregation we meet together for prayer and Bible study on Wednesday evenings. There is a zoom prayer meeting attended by the elders and other male members of the congregation on Tuesday mornings. Every fortnight there is a women’s prayer meeting. Individuals in the congregation meet for Bible study and fellowship in private homes at various times.
Every month we support a different Christian charity through fundraising and prayer. These include Blythswood Care, The Seafarer’s Mission, Barnabas Fund, Highland Theological College and Manna House.
Throughout the week the church building is regularly used by and available to other Christian organisations and charities. Men from the congregation , (Covid restrictions permitting), visit local Inverness care homes for a short time of worship. This involves a short address, Bible reading, singing and prayer.
Once a month we hold a community lunch, often with a visiting speaker. During the summer months we meet for Saturday afternoon walks in the local area. During the winter months the congregation have several Saturday morning café/ craft events for children and parents. Other social events include book stalls, missionary talks and film nights.
The facilities at Kingsview are extensive and modern including a fully functional professional kitchen, showers and male and female toilets including toilet facilities for the disabled. There is a large games hall as well as two additional classrooms for smaller meetings. There are also excellent parking facilities available.
Sunday 11.30am & 6pm
All services are available online and via telephone conference.
To hear past sermons from Kingsview visit our sermons page.
Kingsview Christian Centre
Tel: 01463 716843
First Sundays of January, April, July and October.
For information on church activities or if we can be of any assistance please call the church office: 01463 716843.
Rev. Donald Macaskill
Donald Macaskill was a former APC minister in our congregation in Dundee, but is now retired in Inverness. Don, as he is called (we have three ‘Donalds’ in our Kirk Session) is available anytime, and is very willing to discuss the Christian faith with anyone who may be interested to discuss Christianity or any aspect of it. He can meet people either in their own homes, the church, or in a coffee shop in town. Tel: 07792 545243.
William Mackenzie, married to Carine with three grown-up daughters. William was born and bred in Inverness, and is involved in a family farming business. He has also led Christian Focus Publications for 40 years. Tel:- 01463 231892.
John Lister, originally from Fort William, is married to Neina. John and Neina look after the building and the grounds and liaise with others who use the premises. Tel:- 07503 951867