Inverness Methodist Church

Inverness Methodist Church

Denomination: Methodist
Address: 50 Huntly Street, Inverness, IV3 5HS
Local Authority: Highland

Church Overview

The present building was built 1964-5 to replace one destroyed by fire: the architect was Kenneth Finlayson of John R Chisholm & Co. A new entrance and floodlighting were provided in 2003. The building seats some 420 including the balcony. Wood pews with ash stringing to provide contrast. Six main windows have stained glass; one commemorates the visit of John Wesley to Inverness in 1764. Organ by Rushworth & Dreaper 1965.


Sunday: 11.00am all year, 5.00pm November to March, 6.00pm April to October, Wednesday 12.15pm

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Inverness Methodist Church


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