Despite its dimunitive scale, this church bulding by the roadside in Strathnaver for its corrugated iron construction and high-contrast decoration in bright red roof, white walls and black window frames and other outlines.

It was built in 1891 by the Free Church of Scotland as a mission church to serve the Sutherland estates. In 1900 it became United Free before joining Church of Scotland in 1929.

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