The Church in Dunbeg started in the early 1940s when the Admiralty built prefabs to house dock workers and the village was born. The Church at that time was a Nissan hut which served Dunstaffnage and the Royal Marine base beside it.
The present church was built in 1981 to replace the Nissan. It is a simple hall-church with low eaves and a large window in the apex of the gable.
Sunday 12 noon
Open by arrangement
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