The Cathedral is open every day for visitors, quiet reflection and for prayer, all are welcome.
The Cathedral began as the Mission in 1853, on the opposite side of the River Ness. Bishop Robert Eden decided that the Cathedral for the united Diocese should be in Inverness and in July 1862 excavations for the new Cathedral began, to plans by Alexander Ross, which were to prove to be his masterpiece.
The Cathedral is a living and vibrant place, the congregation that worships here is drawn from across the local community and shares it’s fellowship with people from across the diocese and beyond.
The cathedral is used for many civic and community events. It6 is also a place that many people wish to come to celebrate the important moment s in their lives, and we have a number of weddings each year. If you wish to discuss the use of the cathedral please contact the Cathedral Steward.