Faith in Cowal | Pilgrim Trails

Explore Scotland's Early Christian Landscape

Contact us

If you wish to contact us about anything on the Faith in Cowal website, you can do so using our contact form.  You can also use the form to request copies of all the leaflets describing the pilgrimage landscape of Cowal and the individual sites found on the Faith-in-Cowal routes.

And if, by any chance, you can enrich this website by adding further information or insights, we would be very grateful for your contribution. Don’t be shy! You can email us directly, if you prefer, at:

For any academic questions/input about the selection of the sites, or the history behind them, then please email Dr Gilbert Márkus directly at:

If you’d like to request a copy of Brilliant FlameSt Munnu in Medieval Literature and his church at Kilmun in Cowal (£3 to UK addresses including postage), then please use the same email address above, or write to Dr Gilbert Márkus at:

2 Glenogle House,
Scotland, UK

A Celtic Cross in the graveyard at Lochgoilhead, the curch of 'the Three Holy Brethren'.
A fifteenth-century stone cross, damaged at the top, stands at Kilmorie

Faith In Cowal

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Fàilte chridheil ort! – A warm welcome to you!


Stay Safe

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Most of our sites are still open, and will make for a nice, socially distanced way to celebrate your faith, or to partake in a pilgrimage.


They are small sites, with small parking areas. If there is already a car in the parking areas, THINK TWICE about visiting. Perhaps try a different location. Don't stray too far from home (there are sites all over Cowal), and stay at least 2m/6.5ft away from other groups at all times. Please stay up to date with with current government guidelines (click the picture link).