The meetings began in the school and then moved to the Free Church which was packed day after day, week after week.
'The work was greatly blessed and encouraged by the arrival of a band of young believers from the granite quarries on the other side of the long, narrow loch. These men came over in their small boats to give testimony at the meetings to what the grace of God had done in their own lives just over twelve months previously. At that time, the Lord visited the workers in the quarries and, by the instrumentality of the same evangelist as came to Bonawe, so shook the place that souls dead in trespasses were brought to completely new life, becoming living monuments to God’s grace. Whole families were among those converted to Christ on that occasion.'
See ‘Glory in the Glen,’ by Tom Lennie published by Christian Focus Publications, p49.
This is Bonawe Furnace where there was a school and church.