mapSunday Services
11:00am & 6:00pm

Youth

 

KIDZ ZONE Friday 6:30pm to 7.45pm. Children in P2 to P5 can make friendships within small groups, enjoy fun games, activities and refreshments, plus Bible Timeline and the Summit life skill programmes which prepare them for life.

CROSS TRAX Friday 7:45 pm to 9.00 pm. A safe place for young people from P6 upwards where they can grow spiritually, physically and emotionally. Time is given to wacky games, creativity, community action and exciting interactive Bible teaching.

YOUTH FELLOWSHIP Sunday 7:30pm to 8:45pm. For the first time in a number of years we have had enough of our young people, of secondary school age, to begin a regular term time gathering. This is often known as a Youth Fellowship as is the case for our group. Our young people are at a very influential stage in their life as they move through secondary schooling. Our YF has been designed to be an informal opportunity to mix with others, have food with a space to relax. It's a means by which a young person can see how Jesus is relevant in their life today through different means such as talks and activities. Also YF is about seeing what the reality of living for Jesus can mean the lives of their YF leaders as they live their lives as Christians. Our desire is that the YF will be a place where our young people feel they belong but also a group where they may wish to bring friends along too.

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Errogie - Stratherrick

KluB Youth club for Stratherrick school children - 7pm to 8.30pm at Errogie primary school.


Campaigners
Greyfriars - Balloan Road

Campaigners is an Evangelical youth organisation, run by a local church with leaders chosen from within that congregation. By providing a mixed and challenging programme for all members aged from 4 - 18 years, Campaigners aims not only to teach basic Christian truth, but also to encourage young people to cultivate a sense of self worth as they develop their character.

Campaigners is an Evangelical youth organisation, run by a local church with leaders chosen from within that congregation. By providing a mixed and challenging programme for all members aged from 4 - 18 years, Campaigners aims not only to teach basic Christian truth, but also to encourage young people to cultivate a sense of self worth as they develop their character.

Bible Believing Campaigners' statement of faith is very similar to that of the Evangelical Alliance. All churches commencing the work are asked to sign their acceptance of this document. Relevant and dynamic Bible teaching is included in all the programmes. Christian camps and house parties, alongside other initiatives, offer evangelistic teaching, and help to train young people

Church Sponsored Campaigners has always been and remains a 'servant of the church'. All Campaigner groups are an integral part of a local church, serving alongside other departments. This important Biblical principle is one of the main differences between Campaigners and some other Christian youth organizations.

Campaigners has always been and remains a 'servant of the church'. All Campaigner groups are an integral part of a local church, serving alongside other departments. This important Biblical principle is one of the main differences between Campaigners and some other Christian youth organizations.



Greyfriars Stratherrick youth work conforms to Scottish child protection legislation

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Contact Us

Minister
Rev Dr Malcolm Maclean,
Email - macleanmalcolmm@gmail.com
 
Who to Contact

Kidz & Co - Joan MacQueen 
Email - macqueengreyfriars@outlook.com


Use of Church Building - Joan MacQueen 
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About Our Church


Greyfriars Free Church is a congregation of the Free Church of Scotland. We are committed to God's Word, prayer and fellowship, witness and service. We meet at Balloan Road, Inverness, IV2 4PP in the heart of expanding urban housing developments. We warmly welcome you to join us in our regular meetings and activities.

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Greyfriars Diary

Sunday
11am Morning Service Sunday School and a creche available
18.00 Evening service
19.30 Youth Fellowship
19.30 Congregational Fellowship - Last Sunday of each month

Monday
19.00 -21.00 Home groups meet on the first and third Mondays

Tuesday
7.30 pm Mission in Need Women's mission support group, 1st Tuesday in the month
2.30 pm Women's Prayer Meeting 3rd Tuesday in the month in the church.

Wednesday
10.00 am Kidz and Co Mother and toddler's group
12:30 pm Connect (Soup Stop!)
7.30 pm Bible Study and Prayer Meeting

Thursday

Friday
6:30 to 7.45pm Kidzone for children P2 to P5
7.45 pm Cross Trax For young people P6 and upwards