St James the Great, Dingwall

St James the Great, Dingwall

Denomination: Scottish Episcopal
Address: Castle Street, Dingwall, IV15 9HU
Local Authority: Highland

Church Overview

The building is on the site of an earlier chapel, 1806, which was demolished in 1851 and the new simple and compact building erected to a new Gothic design by J L Pearson. It was consecrated in 1854 but gutted by fire in 1871. Restoration, by Alexander Ross, Inverness, began immediately, following the original design. New halls added 2005.


Sunday 9.30am or 11.00am alternating with St Anne’s, Strathpeffer; Wednesdays 10.30am. Please check notice-board for details

Opening Arrangements

Open daily during daylight hours

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St James the Great, Dingwall


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