Monastery of Saints Ninian and Cuthbert, Torloisk, Argyll and Bute

Monastery of Saints Ninian and Cuthbert

General Details




Romanian Metropolitan of Western Europe


Protos. Seraphim Aldea

Feast Day

March 2 - St Cuthbert

Second Feast Day

September 16 - St Ninian

Historical Details

Build - Founding Year



Mull Historical Society describes Kilninian, built in 1755, as ‘one of the oldest (churches), and until very recently, still used for worship. Possibly standing on the site of an earlier medieval church, it first appears in the records of 1561, where it is stated that the parsonage of ‘Keilnoening’ had formerly belonged to the Abbot of Iona.’ At present, with the blessing of His Eminence Metropolitan Joseph, we have started the necessary work in order to turn Kilninian into the first Orthodox Monastery in the Hebrides. This includes restoration work for the church itself and building work for a small number of new cells for the future monastics.


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