ⓘ Teampall Mholuaidh

                                     

ⓘ Teampall Mholuaidh

St Moluags church is a 13th Century church in the village of Eoropie in Ness in the Isle of Lewis in Scotland.

The Church has a basic structure forms, with two small chapels on the sides of the main body of the Church. The southern chapel can only be obtained from outside. There is a lot of speculation about the ancient origins of this place of worship, one tradition tells that St Ronan founded the Church, before heading to the island of Rona in "the legend" journey to the whales back.

The Church is now used as the Scottish Episcopal Church. There are the ruins of another temple "Teampall Ronaidh" about 500 metres 1.600 feet to the North-East of Teampall Mholuaidh and the remains of another temple, "Teampall Pheadair", about 2 km 1 mile South-West of Teampall Mholuaidh near the old cemetery near the village of Swainbost.