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A very pleasing country church

John R Hume reflects on the place and history of a church in the Mull of Kintyre.

ALONG the west side of Kintyre, the long arm of Argyll which reaches down towards Northern Ireland is a series of rural parishes.

At the south end of this peninsula is the Mull of Kintyre. The village of Clachan, where the subject of this article is situated, is further north. Kilcalmonell is the church for the northmost of three parishes linked for ministry. All are sandwiched between the rocky spine of the peninsula and the breakers of the Atlantic Ocean. There is nothing between them and North America. One of these parishes, Gigha and Cara, is an island group off the west coast, linked to the mainland by a ferry. The others are Killean and Kilchenzie (whose church at A’Chleit was the subject of an article in Life and Work in January 2011) and Kilcalmonell, whose church is in the small estate village of Clachan.

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