Tweedmouth Memorial Chapel, Inverness
Address: Royal Northern Infirmary , Inverness , IV3 5SS
Local Authority: Highland
Earliest example of purpose-built ecumencial worship space in Scotland, built in 1898, architect A Ross and R B MacBeth. Erected by subscription in memory of Sir Dudley Marjoribanks, 1st Baron Tweedmouth by his widow. Cruciform chapel linked to the south gable of the main Infirmary building by a corridor. Paired and tripled lancet windows, oak furnishings. Three sanctuary areas for Reformed, Roman Catholic and Episcopalian worship.
Occasional services, weddings and baptisms
Keys available from Hospital Porters
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