Our Mission :   "To live for Jesus and bring others to him."


On behalf of the congregation of Culloden Baptist Church, welcome to our web site. We are delighted to share some information about us with you and hope that you find it helpful. If through the various links you do not find the information you are looking for then please do get in touch with us and we'll be glad to help.

As a church it is our mission in all of our lives to live for Jesus and to bring others to know Him. So we seek to make Him 'the main thing' in everything that we do.

CBC gathers to worship in the areas of Culloden and Balloch. We meet in the Theatre of Culloden Academy on Sunday mornings, and the Balloch Community Hall on the first and third evenings of the month. Anyone and everyone is welcome to come along.

Our church is made up of people from all over Inverness and the surrounding areas. So whilst we gather for worship in Culloden and Balloch, we scatter from there to share the good news about Jesus Christ and to live for Him all over Inverness and the surrounding area.

Happy browsing!
Pastor Kenny Ross

Telephone: 01463 794005

email: Church Office


2014-08-31 Notes
A rich ruler or a blind beggar
Luke 18:18-43
So supposing a hundred people were given the option of being a rich ruler or a blind beggar, how many do you think would opt to be the blind beggar? I think all would go for the riches and the power of rule. The thoughts of what one could do with the wealth and power would be overwhelming and pleasant. Especially if it meant you were extremely rich.
Who in their right mind would want to be the blind beggar? The thought of being poor is enough to cause most people to cringe let alone not being able to see! Never knowing if someone was going to bless you or hurt you as you sat on the street begging
So which would you go for?
But what if the bible said that the kingdom of God belonged to the poor! Would you change your mind?