PICTURES MOD 2021: Highland capital welcomes Gaelic friends from across the nation to the Old High Church in Inverness
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CHURCH goers from across the nation gathered in the Old High Church for a celebration service in Gaelic.
With singing and music, the service was broadcast live on BBC Radio nan Gàidheal.
A sermon was preached by Rev Calum Macleod,and the service included music and song from Kristine Kennedy and John M Martin.
Eilidh Davis played the clarsach and sang during the service.
An Comunn Gaidhealach president, Allan Campbell read a poem by Sandy Macdonald Jones, the Royal National Mod bard entitled Ortha Crann nan Teud, in praise of the clarsach.
In English Ortha Crann nan Teud is translated as Incantation of the Harp-Strings-Tree.