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Your idea's and suggestions for the website are valuable to us and we would encourage you to email and tell us how we can improve our site.

If you have any local knowledge about Ui Church, or Point, that you would like to share please get in touch.  Please use the form below, we can't guarantee a swift reply, but we will get back in touch.

Do you have a relative interred in the Church cemetery? You might like to share a family story, something that was told to you, or an artifact you have inherited.  We would love to hear from you.

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The Future Vision

We are on our way to restoring Ui Church with an aim to preserving it for future generations.  Our aim is to have this historical building as a place where

  • visitors are welcomed.   
  • the community can again gather for events
  • the history of Ui Church is preserved and on view
  • the past can be visited and the future is always a work in progress

Urras Eaglais na h-Aoidhe

 

The Ui Church Trust

Urras Eaglais na h-Aoidhe (Ui Church Trust) is a Company Limited by Guarantee (214629) with Charitable Status (SC030892); it was established in January 2001 to bring forward proposals for the consolidation of this historic site and to bring it back into community use.

GraveslabObjects of the Trust

The objects of the Charity are to safeguard, consolidate and carry out such works as may from time to time be necessary for the preservation of St Columba's Church at Uidh, Aignish, Point, Isle of Lewis or Eaglais na h-Aoidhe and the historic cemetery thereof, thereby safeguarding and protecting an important example of the historical and architectural heritage of the Western Isles for the benefit of the public; and to enhance the physical and intellectual access of the general public to the Church and cemetery of St Columba's, Uidh.

 Directors

The directors of Urras na h-Aoidhe are:

  • Sheriff Colin Scott Mackenzie – Chairman
  • Mrs Helen Macdonald – Vice Chairman
  • Mr Donald MacLeod – Treasurer
  • Mrs Elizabeth Chaplin – Secretary
  • Mr Donald MacDonald – Clerk to Aignish Grazings
  • Mr Norman Macleod
  • Mr Murdo Macmillan
  • Mrs Judy Macdonald
  • Mr Simon Riley
  • Mr William Banford
  • Mr John Cunningham
  • Mr George K Macdonald

Our Publications

book thumbSt Columba's Ui Church
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Eaglais na h~Aoidhe.
An historical perspective

Colin Scott Mackenzie



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