Forthcoming Events -

Church Services

Duror and Kentallen Lunch - Held on 2nd. and 4th. Thursdays from October to March.

Guild Meetings - meet on Tuesdays  in Duror  Church Meeting Room at 2.30 pm.   with a 7-month Autumn/Winter Programme 

Guild Meetings are also held in Kinlochleven Church Hall.

Church Bible Studies  meet fortnightly on Tuesdays in Kinlochleven Church Hall and South Lochaber Parish at Jeremy's  home.

Duror Coffee Morning takes place on the last Monday morning of each month - next one is on Monday 29 April.

Past Events - Burns Supper and Ceilidh run by Duror Church.

On Friday evening 26 January, this very successful event raised £ 815 for church funds.

Coffee Morning in aid of "Water Aid" run by Kinlochleven Church.

On Saturday morning 30 March, this very successful event raised £420.

Past Events - the Disaster Fund in aid of Libya and Morocco

In November 2023, a Disaster Fund box was placed in the services at St. Munda's, Duror and Nether Lochaber and raised the sum of £489.00. 

Bill Strachan collects second hand books which he takes to the Highland Book Shop in Fort William who make a donation for them. Bill reports - "The photos below show the books collected so far being delivered to the book shop. Thanks to church members and to the communities around the loch for their support. I'll let everyone know how much was raised in the near future." This has recently raised £700.

Blythswood Boxes - 28 boxes were collected at the morning service at Nether Lochaber on Sunday 5 November 2023 for despatch to Romania  this year.

On Saturday 7 May 2022, Andrew Baxter on behalf of the local Community Council unveiled a plaque in the old graveyard in North Ballachulish which depicts the Church which was on that site.

With the easing of Covid restrictions, it was possible to use the Church Hall again for a Coffee Morning for the 4 Churches - Duror, Kinlochleven Nether Lochaber (Onich) and St. Munda's ( Glencoe and Ballachulish). In future these 4 Churches are going to have to work together to share one Minister. A collection was taken for the Ukraine Appeal resulting in £450.

All 8 Tables were fully occupied

A feast of Home Baking supplied my members of all 4 Churches

Past Events

Nether Lochaber Church Hall

The Church Hall has undergone a major renovation. The old entrance porch was demolished. A ramp suitable for the disabled has been provided to the entrance with a new emergency exit at the back of the building.

The end of the building which housed the kitchen and toilets was demolished and rebuilt to modern standards including a toilet for the disabled. The windows were replaced with double glazed units and insulated lining was inserted on the inside of the exterior walls which has drastically reduced the heating bill.

A view of the well equipped toilet for the disabled.

There are 3 photos showing the finished article and a further 2 photos showing the work in progress.

Martin's Memorial Church in Stornoway

Concerned about the young people in the town, they realised that the young people wouldn't come to Church so the Church went out to meet them. Read the inspiring approach as a download at the foot of this page.

Our renovated Church Hall The new kitchen in action for a Church lunch.

General News

Stamps –  They seem to be so insignificant and yet when they’re all put together, what wonderful outcomes there can be.  Perhaps a lesson for ourselves!  So please don’t throw away your used stamps.  Bring them to church and they will be sent off to the World Mission Stamp Appeal.

They’ve been in use since the 1840’s and nowadays stamps can be used to raise money for good causes.  At the Nether Lochaber Parish Church we collect used stamps to send to the World Mission Stamp Appeal.

In 2015, £3511 was raised to support the work of the Church of Scotland’s HIV programme and the Appeal which started in 2016 is raising money for the Othara Eco-spirituality centre run by our partner, the Church of South India.  At this centre people can learn about climate change and the importance of conserving the earth God has given us.  This year, the Stamp Project will support some of their ecological innovations, including the harvesting and re-use of rain water, the establishment of a biogas plant to power the kitchens and the development of a small dairy and a chicken farm for native breeds.