Berneray Church

Berneray Church

Denomination:   Church of Scotland
OS Reference:   NF920818
Address:   Borgh, Berneray, HS6 5BB
Local Authority:   Western Isles
Listing:   TBA
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Church Overview

Built 1887, architect Thomas Binnie of Glasgow, for the United Free Church. By uniting with the Established Church, now in ruins, it became the Church of Scotland and still flourishes as such. HRH the Prince of Wales worshipped here on a private visit in 1991. Berneray is now accessible by a causeway from North Uist across the Sound of Harris.

Services

Sundays: 12.00noon or 6.00pm, alternates with Lochmaddy.

Opening Arrangements

Open by arrangement

 

Guide book available Access for partially abled  Induction loop for the deaf Welcomers and guides on duty by arrangement. toilets available Disabled WC refreshments inventory

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