Inverness Cathedral opening times for private prayer & details of ‘Dial a Sermon’

The Cathedral plan to have Sunday services from 2nd August. They will be providing details w/c 27th July but meanwhile the cathedral is open for private prayer and details of times are below together with details of their ‘dial a sermon option.

(from their newsletter):-


On Sunday 28th June the cathedral opened its doors for those who wish to come for Private/Personal Prayer. Much preparation has gone into opening the doors and ensuring the safety, as far as we can.

The opening times for the coming weeks are:

Sunday 19th & 26th July 11.30 to 12.30pm
Wednesday22nd & 29th July 11am to 12noon
Friday 24th & 31st July 3pm to 4pm

There will be a number of precautions in place for the safety of all during this time and in line with the Scottish Episcopal Church guidance and the Scottish Government guidance.

There will be a one way system, using the All Access Door for the entrance with the exit through the West Doors. Please wear a mask in the building. You will find hand sanitiser at the entrance and exit to use. There will always be 2 stewards on duty to welcome you and to help you with where to go etc.

Candles will be available to light and the contactless donation facility will enable donations for candles. Please note that if you prefer to use a Bible/Prayer Book during this time then please bring your own copy as we are not able to have these on offer at this time.

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It is now possible for those who don’t have access to the internet to be able to phone into listen to the sermon/reflection for the week. The number to call is: 01463 219696. Please do pass on this number to anyone who may appreciate this service. Please note that depending on the individual’s telephone contract there maybe a charge associated with calling this local number.


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