St Clement’s Church in Rodel

St. Clement’s Church is located in the village of Rodel on the southern end of the Isle of Harris. It is believed to have been built in the late 15th century by Alasdair Crotach MacLeod, a chief of the MacLeods of Harris and Dunvegan.

The church is known for its distinctive architecture, including a prominent tower with a carved stone pinnacle, and a rare surviving medieval church bell. Inside, the church features a number of interesting features, including an elaborately carved stone screen and a vaulted ceiling adorned with intricate carvings and paintings.