There are 26 photo albums.

Hilda's Retiral
Rev Hilda Smith retired as minister of LPC on31st August 2021. The congregation arranged a garden party on 28th August to mark her retiral. it was open to all who wished to come along to show appreciation of Hilda’s work for LPC and the Parish over the past 16 years.


Nativity 2019
A no rehearsal Nativity Play


Messy Church September 2018
A few photos from Messy Church


Open Garden May 2018
Margaret & ian Davidson opened their garden to help raise funds for the Church renewal project.


Burns supper 2018
Burns supper held in Church hall on February 3, 2018


Holiday Club 2017
Some photos from the Kids Holiday Club held between 7th and 11th August 2017.


Nativity 2016
A no-rehearsal nativity this year, based on the Bible Society's "Pop Up Nativity". Some interesting characters , including a very stubborn donkey, and sheep which cast their "wool" all over the Church carpet.


Christmas Lunch 2016
Nearly 50 members of the congregation gathered for our annual Christmas lunch and enjoyed the 3 Fs - fun, food and fellowship.


Church Picnic 2016
A lovely afternoon at Ormsary Beach on 12th June.


Burns supper 2016
On Saturday 23rd January, 54 church members and guests enjoyed a wonderful Burns Supper in the in the Church hall
Jamie Baxter piped in the haggis which was addressed by Ian Campbell. Following an excellent meal, prepared by Rhona Mackenzie and Clare Bowness, the evening continued with a few Burns’ tunes from John Summers on piano and Bob Miller on fiddle. Ruth Morrison then regaled the audience with a fine rendition of “Duncan Gray”.
The Immortal Memory or, in this case the “Immoral” memory was proposed by Ian Davidson, considering Burns’ love life and the loves of his life. The night included light-hearted gender digs in the Toast to the Lassies proposed by Bruce Robertson and the response from Margaret Davidson.
No Burns Supper is complete without at least one of the epic poems and Jim Morrison’s rendition of “Holy Willie’s Prayer” will be remembered for many a year, not least for his cavorting around the room to the “Stripper” tune.
The evening ended with everyone joining together to sing a few of the Bard's great songs, led by and with the traditional singing of Auld Lang Syne.


Sunday service 01/02/2016
Some photos from the service on 1st February 2016


BBTs Christmas Party 2015
A few photographs from the Bumps, Babies and Toddler group Christmas party.


Nativity 2015
Who needs a rehearsal!?
Our 'no rehearsal' nativity play was a great success. Everyone took part - children, adults, congregation and our two baby Jesus's!
Amazing! Wow!


Christmas lunch 2015
A couple of photos taken at the Christmas lunch held in the Church hall on 6th December


Picnic 2015
On Sunday June 14th 2015, we headed for Ormsary beach for our annual picnic. When we left Lochgilphead it was raining and there were dark clouds in the sky. But, as we headed over the hill, the skies cleared, the sun shone and we then enjoyed a great afternoon of fun, games and.of course, sand in the sandwiches!


Easter 2015
A couple of photos from Easter Sunday. The cross in the chancel was formed from last year's Christmas tree. We were delighted to welcome 6 visitors from North Carolina, pictured with Rev Hilda Smith


Messy Church Christmas party
Santa came to visit the Messy Church kids on Saturday 28th December


Burns Supper 2015
At the Burns supper on 7th February, 59 people enjoyed a great meal, cooked by Anne Houston and Connie MacKinnon and were then well entertained by Bill Young (Immortal Memory), Malcolm MacFadyen (Toast to the Lassies), Liz Perkins (Reply to the Toast to the Lassies); recitations from James Quarton and Jim Morrison, songs from Fiona Cupples and music from John Holt and Morag Cupples.


Coffee morning October 2014
We did say that it was going to be a Coffee Morning with a difference...and it certainly was! Yesterday morning the church hall was filled to overflowing and rang with the chatter around the tables and the laughter of the children - and some adults - in the apple dooking competition. The winner was Kirsty Mochrie, who successfully retrieved 3 apples in the time of 13.46 seconds! The apple peeling competition winner, and now officially the champion peeler in Lochgilphead, was Susan Cameron with a peel of 166cms. A total of £615.50 was raised on the day. Thanks to everyone who helped to organise the catering and the competitions and, of course to everyone who supported the event.


Church Picnic 2014
We had a great day at Ormsary beach on Sunday 22nd June 2014, when over 30 kids, young and old, enjoyed an afternoon of fun and fellowship.


Bumps, Babies & Toddlers
A few photos from the BBTs


Messy Church
Some photos from Messy Church held on the last Thursday of the month.


Songs and Scones
A coffee morning with a difference - entertainment provided by Lochgilphead Primary School Vocal Ensemble, Ishbel McArthur, Alistair Cupples, and Morag Cupples and John Holt


Burns supper 2014
A few photos of an excellent Burns supper on 1st February, our 19th Burns supper, but the first to be held in our newly refurbished hall


Autumn Fete 2011
Some photos from the fete held on 20 August 2011


Christmas Lunch 2013
Some photos from the Christmas lunch held on 7th December 2013 - the first in our newly refurbished hall.