It is from the space at the top of the kirk , an almost baronial area with vaulted arches and buttressed ceiling, that Knox & Co will gaze down on patrons.
It is likely to have benefited more from erecting the jawbone outside the island kirk and turning it into a tourist attraction, than the museum, which will simply be adding it to its existing collection.
A major benefit that flowed from the Reformation was the spread of education in Scotland, based on John Knox's dream of a kirk and a schoolhouse for every parish in the land.
She's not exactly royalty, but is right up there in the body of the kirk , intent on killing as many werewolves as possible.
Well, Raven thought grimly as she turned her step towards the kirk , it will take a miracle to get us out of this in one piece.
Anyone who challenges it from outside the islands risks the wrath of the local kirk and determined opposition from religious groups.
Many locals firmly believe the ghost of Canthill Road, which runs outside the kirk , is the spectre of William Smith, a Covenanter who was murdered in 1678.
The postmaster running a facility in a kirk would not have to be Christian, he said.
The aircraft's cockpit crashed in the next field and the kirk was used as the headquarters of the operation to find the dead.
Set in the historic Borders, there are castles and kirks galore, and you can use it as a stopping point on the Southern Upland Way.