Ness Bank Church, Inverness

Ness Bank Church, Inverness

Denomination: Church of Scotland
Address: Ness Bank, Inverness, IV2 4SF
Local Authority: Highland
Listing: C

Church Overview

The church, which seats 700, was built in 1901 on a steeply sloping site with the church hall and other accommodation under the church. Designed by William Mackintosh in early Gothic revival style in red sandstone with freestone dressings. Stained glass by Gordon Webster, St Enoch Studios, Isobel Goudie and William Wilson. Organ James F Binns 1903, altered by Rushworth & Dreaper 1980.


Sunday: 11.00 am

Occasional evening services as advertised in the local Press.

Opening Arrangements

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Ness Bank Church, Inverness


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