Inverurie West Parish Church has its roots in the Disruption of 1843 when a congregation of the Free Church was formed. After a powerful ministry in the town, which saw the erection of the current building in 1877, the congregation was reunited with the national Church of Scotland in 1929.
Today the congregation presents a vital Christian witness in a vibrant community. Many of the members of the congregation are actively involved in the many community groups which exist in the town and as a congregation there is substantial support for the aid agency of the Church of Scotland, Christian Aid as well as a whole variety of fundraising and awareness projects which take place, not least through the energy of our lively Junior Church.
As a Presbyterian Church we are part of the Presbytery of Gordon, but at a congregational level we work under a Unitary Body Constitution and so are seved by our Kirk Session who look after all the concerns of the congregation.