The church stands on a ledge of level ground in woodland above the mouth of the River Moidart and below an impressively steep hillside. It was built in 1857 to a design by Alexander Ross in simple Early English style, with crow stepped gables, a small belfry and a porch. There are two unusual stained glass windows by the Victorian artist Jemima Blackburn.
10.30 am on the second Sunday of the month, plus Christmas and Easter.
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