Daliburgh Parish Church, South Uist
Address: Daliburgh, HS8 5SS
Local Authority: Western Isles
The church in Daliburgh was built as a Free Church in 1863 before being transferred to the Church of Scotland we believe in 1929, but records are scant. It is a category B listed building. It consists of a simple hall, a rectangle. The adjacent church house is also listed. They are both contained within a low boundary wall creating an ecclesiastical site intact i n regular use and increasingly rare. The church has 3 bays and windows plus a single window in both gables. The main door and belfry are in the south gable. There is a pulpit with a panelled front and steps on either side. The gallery is to the south. The Communion Table incorporates the War Memorial.
First Sunday of the month: Parish Service at 11am, alternating between Daliburgh and Howmore, i.e. in either one or the other church
On all other Sundays: 10.30 am
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