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- Category: B
- Date Added: 15/06/1981
- Local Authority: Highland
- Planning Authority: Highland
- Burgh: Inverness
National Grid Reference
- NGR: NH 65939 45721
- Coordinates: 265939, 845721
Ross and Macbeth, 1903. Lady Chapel and furnishings, J N
Comper, 1910. Simple late Gothic, 3-bay aisleless nave,
narthex and chancel, vestry at north-east, Lady Chapel at
north-west, lean-to porch at west gable. Snecked rubble,
slated roof. Spired bellcote at west. Inside, collar-braced
waggon roof; tester above high altar by Comper; stone font
with spired and crocketted timber cover by Comper; stained
glass east window by Comper.
Statement of Special Interest
Category B for interior. The church, as built in 1903, was a rebuilding of the Mission Chapel of the Holy Spirit (Alexander Ross, 1886) which had stood in Factory Street. In the rebuilding the church was lengthened. The adjoining Rectory in Abban Street was built to designs by Alexander Ross and Son in 1911 (INVERNESS COURIER, April 25, 1911). Ecclesiastical building in use as such.
YEAR BOOK FOR EPISCOPAL CHURCH IN SCOTLAND (1918), 233-4;
INVERNESS COURIER Aug. 25, 1903 (advertisement for tenders);
INVERNESS COURIER, Sept. 15, 1903.
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