Mass in Inveraray


There is Mass every Sunday at 12:30pm in All Saints Episcopal Church (in the middle of town, with the enormous bell tower).

The parishioners of St Margarets are extremely grateful to the Espicopal Church for permitting us to worhip in this very beautiful and historic church.

With acknowledgement to “All Saints Church, Inveraray, Argyll”  by Donald McKechnie, printed by the Oban Times in 1978, the following provides some information on the Church.

The  Church of All Saints situated in the beech avenue of Inveraray, dates from 1886
and was instigated by the marriage of George Douglas Campbell, 8th Duke of Argyll to
Amelia Anson, daughter of the Bishop of St Albans.

Whilst the 8th Duke was a staunch Presbyterian, his wife used her persuasive powers to
obtain from him the land on which to build an Episcopal Church in which she could worship
and on 23 September 1886, the new Church was consecrated by the Bishop of Argyll and
the Isles. The building is constructed of red granite quarried locally, and cost £1,599 to build. 

There is an interesting report regarding the Consecration of the Church which was written by Meil Munro for the Glasgow Evening Times.