Fàilte do Eaglais Easbaigeach na h-Alba Naoimh Ninian, Gleann Urchardainn!

Welcome to Saint Ninian’s Scottish Episcopal Church, Glen Urquhart!

SERVICES this week:

Thursday 13th. December 11am:    Holy Communion

Third Sunday in Advent: Sunday 16th. December 11am:      Sung Eucharist

Thursday 20th. December 11am: Holy Communion


Fourth Sunday in Advent, 23rd. December:

11am: Sung Eucharist

3pm:  Service of nine lessons and carols –  this will be followed by tea, coffee and mince pies in the community room

Christmas Day 11am:  Sung Eucharist

We regret that it has not proved possible to have a service on Christmas Eve this year. For anyone wishing to attend a service on Christmas Eve, there is a Midnight Mass at St. Andrew’s Cathedral, Inverness starting at 11.30pm.


For up-to-date information on Church news and forthcoming events, see the News page on this website, and our Facebook page:  Saint Ninians Glen Urquhart.

Our priest (officially “interim priest”) is Revd. Martin Roff. When he is not available, our services are taken by other visiting clergy, or occasionally by our own Eucharistic Ministers.

We usually have coffee after the Sunday service, to give us a chance to have a friendly chat, and all visitors are most welcome too.


Revd. Martin Roff:  martin@roff-rowanglen.co.uk, tel. 01349 877762

Vestry: tel. 07729 527989


The Church is situated in a scenic location on the shore of Loch Meiklie in Glen Urquhart, one of the loveliest glens in the Highlands. It is on the A831, about five DP00139160miles west of Drumnadrochit and seven miles east of Cannich.

Our beautiful little church was built in the 19th. century, but it has ramp access and a loop system, and there is an off-road car park. The door is always open for you to come in and view the Church, or spend a little time in quiet prayer and contemplation.

An extensive programme of building restoration work has just been completed.

You can also enjoy a stroll in the Church grounds; there are benches and a picnicLoch Meiklie frozen table on the paths by the loch.

We welcome visitors from all Christian denominations to share with us in all our services and in Holy Communion. If browsing these pages encourages you to visit us, we shall be delighted to meet you. Coffee is served in our coffee room following the 11.00am Sung Eucharist each Sunday.

We are glad that you are visiting our website. The following pages give a flavour of how we go about our declared purpose of Knowing God and Growing Faith.