Wick: St. John the Evangelist

St John’s was built in 1870, to a design by Alexander Ross of Inverness. Although it has never had a large congregation, it was an Incumbency on its own until 1963, when it was linked with the Church of St Peter and The Holy Rood, Thurso.

The building itself is especially attractive, with a warm and friendly atmosphere.

The four light transparent windows, are affectionately known as the “I AM” windows, as they depict the events in our Lord’s life when, as we read in St John’s Gospel Jesus proclaimed, “I am the Good Shepherd”, “I am the Resurrection and Life”, “I am the True Vine” and “I am the Bread of Life”.

These windows are by David Gulland, a former member of the Vestry of St John’s, and a recognised expert in glass.


Sunday Worship: Sung Eucharist or Sung Communion from reserved sacrament 1982 or occasional morning prayer at 11.30am

3rd Sunday in the month evening prayer SPB 3.30pm

1st Weds in the month 10.30am Said Communion


St. John the Evangelist, Wick