The Churches of Britain and Ireland

 

Inverness, Highland

Inverness on Wikipedia.
 

Additional information on several of the churches courtesy of Kevin Price.

Baptist Church. Martin Briscoe.

Church of God (Pentecostal). Martin Briscoe.

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Martin Briscoe.

Crown Church (Church of Scotland). Martin Briscoe.

Dalneigh Church (Church of Scotland). Martin Briscoe.

East Church. Martin Briscoe.

Evangelical Church, Celt Street. Martin Briscoe. 

Free Church on Queen Street. Martin Briscoe. Another view. Now in use as a funeral parlour. James Murray.

Free North Church on Bank Street. Martin Briscoe. Another view. Alex Parker. Link.

Free Presbyterian Church. Martin Briscoe.

Greyfriars Free Church. Martin Briscoe. John Mackie advises that the congregation moved here from a town-centre church in 1994.

Hilton Parish Church. Martin Briscoe.

Holm Evangelical Church. Martin Briscoe.

Church of Scotland at Inshes. John MacKie. John advises that the congregation was asked to move to this church because of an over-provision of churches in the centre of Inverness - they had previously worshipped at the West Church (see below), which has since been sold and converted to flats.

Inverness Masjid on Ardross Street. NH 663 449. Mehmood Naqshbandi, and reproduced from his website Muslims in Britain.

Kinmylies Church (Church of Scotland). NH 647 447. Martin Briscoe. The Seventh-day Adventist Church used to meet here, but have now transferred to Millburn Academy on Diriebught Road (see here).

Madras Street Hall (Free Church of Scotland. Rob Kinnon-Brettle (2016).

Methodist Church. Martin Briscoe. Another view. James Murray.

Ness Bank Church (CoS), formerly a United Free Church. Martin Briscoe. Another view. James Murray.

Old Gaelic Church, dates from 1649, but the current building is mainly from the early 19th century. Also served as the Greyfriars Free Church. Martin Briscoe. Kevin Price advises (2010) that this is now a second-hand bookshop.

Old High Church (CoS). Another view. Both James Murray.

Reformed Baptist Church. Martin Briscoe.

St. Andrew's Cathedral. Martin Briscoe. Another view. James Murray. Another view, and interior view, both Dennis Harper (2004). Link.

The former St. Columba High Church (CoS), for sale in 2010. Martin Briscoe.

St. John the Evangelist (Scottish Episcopal). Martin Briscoe.

St. Mary (R.C.). Martin Briscoe. Another view. James Murray. Another view, Peter Morgan (2014).

St. Michael and All Angels (Scottish Episcopal). Martin Briscoe.

St. Ninian (R.C.). NH 669 444. Martin Briscoe.

The former Salvation Army hall on Bank Street, Martin Briscoe. Rob Kinnon-Brettle advises that this is now a clothes store, though is still owned by the S.A.

Salvation Army on Tomnarhurich Street. Rob Kinnon-Brettle (2016).

The former Salvation Army Goodwill Centre, on Simpsons Lane, Merkinch. A community outreach centre, serves were held here on Sundays. Rob Kinnon-Brettle (2016).

The Seventh-day Adventists meet at Millburn Academy on Diriebught Road (see here). They met previously at Kinmylies Church - see above.

Trinity Church. Martin Briscoe.

Tweedmoth Memorial Chapel at the Royal Northern Infirmary. Martin Briscoe.

West Parish Church. Martin Briscoe.

Westhill Free Church of Scotland (Continuing) (2008) on Culloden Road also serves as the seminary for the denomination. NH 721 442. Martin Richter (2013). Link1. A useful history of the denomination.

 

 

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