Gothic church designed by Alexander Ross and completed 1893. Seating capacity is 1,500, making it the largest church in Inverness; it also has the tallest steeple. The internal woodwork is a special feature. The church has recently been extensively renovated and redecorated in the original colours.
Sunday 11.00 am and 6.00 pm,
Wednesday mid-week service 7.30 pm.
Open by arrangement
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