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St Moulags

Historical Chapel

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This medieval church is found in Eoropie, and is the best preserved of several small ruined chapels found in Ness.

St Moluag's Church (Tempall Mholuaidh) was restored and re-roofed in 1912 and is still used today by the Scottish Episcopal church. It is thought to have been the Clan MacLeod’s church, and was built sometime between the 1100 and 1300s AD. It has become associated in oral tradition with those who seek to be healed, and today you can leave a prayer message for someone you know who is hurting. The church is full of character (it has no electricity, for example) and is open to the public daily.


Isle of Lewis HS2 0XA, UK

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