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St. Regulus Scottish Episcopal Church, Cromarty
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St. Regulus Scottish Episcopal Church, Cromarty

2016. St. Regulus Scottish Episcopal Church, Cromarty. Designed by Inverness architects Ross and MacBeth, also responsible for the Hugh Miller Institute next door, its foundation stone was laid in 1901. It contains fine stained glass windows by Sir Ninian Comper plus more contemporary ones in the Lady Chapel by designer Jacqueline Wade.
Picture added on 08 July 2016 at 19:30
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This town church, built in 1912 by A. Ross, has sandstone walls and a slate roof. It has both Episcopal and Roman Catholic services, and is in good condition. Researched by D. Alston, compiled by J. Dowling, 28/8/03.
Added by PAUL MACKENZIE on 12 November 2016
No Roman Catholic services at present. (Don't quite understand the 'researched by D. Alston, compiled by J. Dowling' bit).
Added by Sandy Thomson on 15 November 2016
Sorry - bit of confusion over the date of the building. The foundation stone was laid in 1904, and the building was completed in 1906. Initially it was called All Saints Church - the change to St Regulus came as a result of a donation.
Added by Sandy Thomson on 15 November 2016
Does anyone know if the trowel, used at the laying of the foundation stone, and presented to the Dean of Fortrose by Mr W J Smith, (April 1937) is still on display in the church? On that date the church was still known as All Saints.
Added by Alex Grant on 28 November 2016
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