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A remarkable and atmospheric building.

For one reason or another most of us have been in places of worship equally ancient. What you... read more

Reviewed 4 September 2018
JohnScarr70
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Pontefract, United Kingdom
True Tranquility

Simple peaceful little church linking back to the earliest worship of Christianity on the Islands... read more

Reviewed 6 August 2018
iscott76
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Macclesfield, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 1 September 2016

We made the drive up to Ness and finally located this church which is in a small community and was surrounded by haystacks and peat stacks. We had hoped to attend a service but were not on the island on a weekend when they have...More

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Reviewed 4 September 2018

For one reason or another most of us have been in places of worship equally ancient. What you cannot help but soak up is the altogether unpolished end - result of those early worshippers' best endeavours. No crisp stone masonry, lavish stained glass or commemorative...More

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Reviewed 6 August 2018

Simple peaceful little church linking back to the earliest worship of Christianity on the Islands. We worth a quick stop

Thank iscott76
Reviewed 31 July 2018

Stop by here on your way to the Butt of Lewis lighthouse. Follow the little path from the street straight back the 200 yards or so to the church. There's a sign near the door that says the church is open, just push hard because...More

Thank LaraS322
Reviewed 4 September 2017

Beautiful little church we came across but accident. Lovely path up to the church,gave you a sense of life many years ago. Just a shame you could not go inside,think it would have been an experience,although there is an information board telling you it is...More

Thank Margaret P
Reviewed 25 August 2017 via mobile

We just happened upon this little jewel. How lucky were we. Well worth finding. I felt a stillness and calm just entering the church.

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Reviewed 24 August 2017

Great little church and a must to visit whilst in the Ness area. Park by the side of the road and walk up the pathway. Very well looked after & still used frequently.

Thank Cassie1720
Reviewed 1 September 2016

We made the drive up to Ness and finally located this church which is in a small community and was surrounded by haystacks and peat stacks. We had hoped to attend a service but were not on the island on a weekend when they have...More

2  Thank nancy a
Reviewed 19 July 2016

Well worth a quick stop if you're in the area. Just park by the road and walk along the short path to the church, which is in the middle of a field. Very dark inside, but pretty and there was an informative paddle giving more...More

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Reviewed 22 June 2016

This is a very small building with no means of artificial light but all the more atmospheric for it. Again our tour guide brought it to life and explained some of it's history.

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Reviewed 19 June 2016

Lovely little church with a nice walk in but unfortunately the church was locked when we visited (mid week in June about 2pm) so we could only peer in the window!

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