Glenaray & Inveraray Parish Church

Church of Scotland
OS Reference:
Church Square, Inveraray, PA32 8TX
Local Authority:
Argyll & Bute

Location of Church

Nearby Churches

< 0.5 mile
5.5 miles
7.4 miles
7.6 miles
8.1 miles

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Church Overview

Centrepiece of the planned town, this classical church was designed by Robert Mylne in 1792 to house two congregations, English and Gaelic, which each had its own entrance under its own portico. The tower with spire rises from the solid wall which separated the two identical halves. Gaelic portion converted to church hall 1957. Chamber organ by David Hamilton of Edinburgh 1840s. Furnishings, including the screen and pulpit, were installed in 1898.


Sunday: 11.15am

Opening Arrangements

Open July and August (ask at church hall)

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