Inveravon Parish Church

Inveravon Parish Church

Denomination: Church of Scotland
OS Reference: NJ183376
Address: , Ballindalloch , AB37 9BA
Local Authority: Moray
Listing: B

Church Overview

Inveravon Church was erected in 1806 adjacent to the site of a previous church (itself reconstructed 1568). The church was remodelled in 1876 by A Marshall Mackenzie. It is a rendered rectangular building with a simple belfry, a Gothic north porch, geometric windows with zinc cames and a simple galleried interior. Fine William Hill organ installed in 1876 and renovated by Walker & Co in 2009.

Four Class I incised Pictish symbol stones, dating from the 6-8th century,  survive at the church. Decoration on these stones include a mirror, eagle, crescent and V-rod and an elephant head. They were moved inside the north porch of the church in 2011. There is also a fine listed churchyard with an early 19th century Mausoleum.


Sundays 9.30 am.

Opening Arrangements

Open during daylight hours

Guide book available Access for partially abled  Induction loop for the deaf

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Inveravon Parish Church


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