Howmore Church, South Uist

Howmore Church, South Uist

Denomination: Church of Scotland
Address: , Howmore , HS8 5SH
Local Authority: Western Isles
Listing: B

Church Overview

Simple austere building by John McDearmid 1858, set in open land overlooking the Atlantic. Acts as landmark for west-coast fishermen. One of few churches in Scotland with central Communion table. Nearby are remains of 13th-century church.


First Sunday of the month: Parish Service at 11am, alternating between Howmore and Daliburgh, i.e. either in one church or the other.

All other Sundays: 12.00 noon

Opening Arrangements

Open daily

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Howmore Church, South Uist

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