Our Churches
Our Churches Cumlodden Church, located on the outskirts of Furnace, was built in 1841 with a church vestry added in the early 1900s. The church can accommodate up to 160 people. Inveraray Church, which is situated in the centre of town. The Church is a category A listed building, originally two Churches under one roof, one for Gaelic worshippers, Glenaray Church, the north half, Inveraray Church for English speakers, but with the decline in Gaelic, the Gaelic Church was turned into the Church Hall in 1957. Lochgair Church is a very attractive small Church building which was built in 1867 and can accommodate up to 90 people. Lochgair Church Hall was built in 1972 and stands in urgent need of attention. The manse for the parish is located in Inveraray. It lies on the A83, heading for Campbeltown at the south end of the town and just beyond the Loch Fyne Hotel. It is a traditional Scottish Manse, is a category B listed building and was listed on 20th July 1971. It dates back to the 19th century, being built in 1842.
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