The Churches of Britain and Ireland

  Skye, Highland

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Aird of Sleat, disused church at NG 589 007. © Martin Briscoe.
Arnisort, Church of Scotland. Another view. NG 350 532. Both © Dennis Harper (2013).

Balmacqueen, the remains of Kilmaluag Old Church, dedicated to St. Moluag. Another view, and a handsome war memorial. NG 435 749. All © Dennis Harper (2013).
Bracadale, Free Presbyterian Church of Scotland. Another view. NH 355 386. Free Church of Scotland (Continuing). Another view. NH 344 382. Link.  All © Dennis Harper (2013).
Broadford.

Dunvegan, Duirinish Church (CoS, 1832). Another view. NG 251 479. Both © Dennis Harper (2013). Link. Grade A listed.

Glendale, Free Presbyterian Church of Scotland. NG 182 498. Free Church of Scotland. Another view. NG 177 497. All © Dennis Harper (2013).

Kensaleyre, Church of Scotland (1800). Two additional views - 1, 2. NG 421 517. All © Dennis Harper (2013). Grade B listed.
Kilmaluag, the former Kilmaluag Church of Scotland Mission at NG 431 743. It can be seen on Streetview here, and is described here as "a self-catering retreat house for ministers and church staff". Map evidence suggests that it was built between 1955 and 1966, © Martin Richter (2013). Howard Richter advises of an additional church, Kilmaluag Free Church Mission, which is shown on old maps at NG 4385 7400. It can be seen on Streetview here. Its present status is not apparent.
Kilmore, Strath & Sleat Parish Church. Kilmore Old Church. Both © Martin Briscoe.
Kilmuir (near Dunvegan), the remains of St. Mary. Two additional views - 1, 2. NG 255 478. All © Dennis Harper (2013). Link.
Kilmuir (near Balgown), Kilmuir and Stenscholl Church of Scotland. Another view. This was built as a United Free Church in 1924, following the destruction of the previous church in a storm. The Kilmuir and Stenscholl congregations were united in 1981. Also see Staffin, below. NG 389 694. Both © Martin Richter (2013). Link. Free Church of Scotland. © Dennis Harper (2013).

Lonmore (or Lonemore), Free Church of Scotland. NG 267 465. © Dennis Harper (2013). Grade B listed.

Portree.

Roskhill, Free Presbyterian Church of Scotland. Another view. NG 278 450. Both © Dennis Harper (2013).

Sconser, Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses. © Tim Flitcroft (2012).
Skeabost Bridge, Snizort Free Church of Scotland (1847). NG 407 490. © Dennis Harper (2013). Link. Grade C (S) listed.
Staffin, Free Church of Scotland. From map evidence, it was built between 1878 and 1903. Two additional views - 1, 2. NG 493 670. Link. Kilmuir and Stenscholl Church of Scotland, a Parliamentary/Telford church of 1828. Two additional views - 1, 2. See also Kilmuir, above. NG 489 673. Link. Grade B listed. Free Church of Scotland (Continuing) (2005). Another view. NG 488 676. Link. All © Dennis Harper (2013). Free Presbyterian Church at NG 491 672. There was a preceding church building at NG 4922 6707, of which there are no visible remains. Shown on maps from 1903, it is not present on the 1955 edition. The site is seen here on Streetview. © Martin Richter (2013). Link.

Teangue. © Martin Briscoe. Thanks to Caoimhín Ó Donnaíle for confirming that this is the disused Free Church, which was sold when the new Free Church (© Martin Briscoe) was built, higher up the hill.

Uig, Free Church of Scotland. Another view. NG 397 635. Church of Scotland. Another view. NG 398 643. Grade B listed. All © Dennis Harper (2013).
 

 

 
 

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