Courthill Chapel, Kishorn

The church was the private Chapel of Courthill House, now a 19th century roof-less mansion on the shores of Loch Kishorn.

It was built in 1901 by Lady Murray of Courthill in memory of her eldest son who was killed during the Boer War. His likeness can be seen in the face of St George in the stained glass window in the sanctuary. The architect of the chapel was Alexander Ross.

The chapel was given to the Scottish Episcopal Church by the Murray family when Lochcarron Estate and Courthill House were sold.

The 10.30 Sunday service is followed by coffee and a time for visitors to explore this little chapel inside a ruined house –well worth a visit if you’ve never been!

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Sunday Service: 10.30am

Clergy in Charge

Priest with Charge Rev Don Grant