Inveraray
Inveraray Church The Church is situated at the highest point of the town and sits in the middle of the A83 trunk road to the Kintyre Peninsula and traffic flows around it as a roundabout. You certainly can’t miss it, but unfortunately the slender spire was removed in November 1941 when lots of heavy vehicles were involved in the combined training activities in the area during WW2. It was deemed unsafe and taken down stone by stone, each one numbered for later re-erection and the stones were stored in the local quarry, never to be seen again. Without it’s steeple, unfortunately, it is assumed by many visitors as being the town hall and not the splendid grade ‘A’ listed building which it truly is. The Church is open to visitors during the summer months and is visited by hundreds of folks from all corners of the world who are very impressed when they walk inside this lovely building, where you can sit in quietness or look around it’s beautiful furnishings which were made by local craftsmen. The Church is at the start of the Pilgim’s Journey route from Inveraray to Campbeltown.
Home - Our Churches - Inveraray
© Copyright 2014-20 - All rights Reserved - WestLochfyneside Parish Churches
Web site donated by SKWebpages
Inveraray
Charity No. SC016665
Interim Moderator: Margaret Jacobsen