This is what Cromarty West Church looked like before it went on fire on 25th January 1932. It was known as the Stewart Memorial Church at that time, and the interior was completely gutted, with only the walls left standing.
On Thursday 20th June at 7.00pm in the West Church Hall, we will have a chance to share memories of church life in Cromarty at the last of the public 'Memories' sessions organised by the Cromarty Homes and Heritage Project. We won't only talk about what went on this building, of course. There is also St Regulus Scottish Episcopal Church, there's the old East Church, and there was the Mission Hall in Big Vennel. So it's a chance to recall the clergy, the uniformed organisations, the church choirs, and anything associated with Cromarty church life in the past.
All are welcome. There is no charge, and tea and coffee will be served.