Many blessings for Morag on her retiral

Well wishers joined Morag for a farewell tea in the Fort William Kilmallie Church Hall. Photograph: Iain Ferguson, alba.photos.

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Rev Morag Muirhead received a number of gifts from friends and members of the congregation at a tea held in the Fort William Kilmallie Church Hall after her final service during which she also performed a baptism.

The presentations were made by Iain Fraser (past session clerk) and Florence Robertson (past guild convener).

Grateful thanks go to Lochaber Presbytery, who appointed Morag in May 2013 to serve as ordained local ministry in what was then Duncansburgh MacIntosh linked with Kilmonivaig.

With the union in March 2020 of Kilmallie Church and Duncansburgh MacIntosh and as Morag’s retires from her appointment the congregation will now be Fort William Kilmallie linked with Kilmonivaig.

Everyone wishes Morag God’s richest blessings as she retires, and hopes that both she and Andy will be able to share some quality time together along with their family.