We are lucky enough to have two lovely, historic buildings for our worship and mission. Unfortunately, due to the present Covid crisis, both of our buildings are closed.

If you are travelling to events at our buildings, make sure you get to the right one! See below for postcodes and maps to find the location of our two buildings.

Old High Church

The Old High Church is our City Centre building. It is the oldest Church in Inverness- the Town Church of Inverness. It stands on the banks of the River Ness, on the ancient hill known as St Michael’s Mount.

In the summer it is open on weekdays (more details here).

The Old High Church is in Church Street, next to Leakey’s Bookshop. The address is:

The Old High Church
Church Street

Parking is available at the Rose Street multi-storey car park.

Click here to see a map.

Click here to read a history of the Old High Church.

We restored the historic Old High Willis organ in 2011. If you would like to play it, please contact the Church Administrator.

The Old High Church contains many historic memorials, including the Cameron Highlanders Memorial Area, inaugurated in August 2013.

The Old High Church appears in the Outlander books and TV series.

St Stephen’s Church

Perhaps the loveliest small church in Inverness, it was built at the beginning of the twentieth century in an arts and crafts style.

St Stephen’s is at the junction of Old Edinburgh Road and Southside Road, opposite the Crown Court Hotel.

The address is:
St Stephen’s Church
Southside Road at Old Edinburgh Road

Parking is available in the surrounding streets- but please don’t block our neighbours’ driveways!
Click here to see a map.

Click here to read a guide to the architecture of St Stephen’s Church.