Rosehall Free Church

National Grid Reference (NGR): NC 48400 01450, map




This is one of four sites where Bonar Bridge and Lairg Free Church worship in the area. The others are Lairg, Bonar Bridge, and Migdale.


Rosehall Free Church

Construction materials: Stone (sandstone) - Used for walls; Slate - Used for roof;

This church is a rectangular building with a six-sided vestry on the south west elevation. The site occupies a roadside position, with elevated views to the west. Constructed in sandstone and whinstone, with a slate roof. There are leaded windows, with arched tops. Internally, the building has been partitioned, possibly an indication of declining attendances. The buildings are generally well maintained and under no immediate danger of deterioration, although the boundary wall wouls benefit from maintenance and repair. There is no burial ground adjacent to the church. Researched by West Reid, compiled by J. Dowling, 27/8/03.


  • Church: Founded (1800)
  • Church: Build/construction (1843C)