Who we are - our history.

Although we’ve only been in the village of Culbokie since 2012, the Culbokie Church Centre has been part of life on the Black Isle since 13th Century when the parish churches of Resolis and Urquhart were established. So we’ve been around a long time and weathered the changes brought about by the Scottish Reformation, the Jacobite Rising, the Highland Clearances, the Disruption, two World Wars, and other events that are part of Scottish, and particularly, Highland, history. As is often the case, and as time passed, people moved, and as farm and village life changed, these congregations unified; eventually becoming the Culbokie Church Centre. Today we’re a mix of individuals and families whose lives and careers take them around the Black Isle, and Inverness, and elsewhere in the Highlands.

Celebrating the first 10 years of Culbokie Church Centre.

Images of the celebration of the first 10 years can be viewed here

How it started, 2012

The story of how the Culbokie Church centre came into existence can be found here

Procession from the Findon Hall

A gallery of photos showing the procession from the Findon Hall, in which services had been conducted, to the Culbokie Church Centre can be viewed here

Dedication Service, April 2012

A gallery of photos showing the Dedication Service can be viewed here

The History of the Parish, Urquhart

This can be viewed here.

The History of the Parish, Resolis

This can be viewed here

History of Culbokie - Culbokie Community Trust

A further selection of Church related links and information is available here.  

Biography of Rev Terry Burns

This can be viewed here.

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