The Greyfriars Stratherrick Free Church Congregation Meeting held in Inverness has decided that the Free Church building at Errogie should be sold.  The decision was announced in the Church’s February newsletter. The newsletter can be read on-line at http://greyfriarsfreechurch.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/February-2018.pdf 

Here is the extract from Page 10 of the February issue in brown type below.

Decisions of the Congregational Meeting.
Two decisions were made at the recent Congregational Meeting.
One was the appointment of four individuals to function as congregational trustees – Les Dunn was newly appointed as such,
and Angus Macdonald, David MacQueen, Andrew MacRaild will continue in this capacity.
The other decision was to proceed with the sale of two properties – the church buildings in Tomatin and Errogie. We would ask for prayer that those buildings would be sold soon before they deteriorate
further. At the same time, it is appropriate for us to acknowledge with gratitude to God – and to those connected with those buildings – the immense contribution sales of such buildings connected to the rural areas have made for the development of the Lord’s work in Greyfriars in recent years.

Contrary to information in Issue 9 of the Stratherrick and Foyers NEWS, no services are now held at the Errogie Free Church.