St. Patrick's Church Architectural Features -

St Patrick's Kilsyth by David Warden
St Patrick's Kilsyth by David Warden

St Patrick's Kilsyth by David Warden - the east elevation at the main entrance. This photograph is used as a theme photo for this website.

New Church Exterior 1965.
New Church Exterior 1965.

St Patrick's Kilsyth 1965 - an unknown photographer. Captures a priest, most likely Fr McCabe, walking outside the newly completed building.

Old St Patrick's Kilsyth by John Watson
Old St Patrick's Kilsyth by John Watson

This image of the old St Patrick's church was taken by Kilsyth based photographer John Watson © copyright during the 1950's. This building was demolished in 1962.

St Patrick's Kilsyth by David Warden
St Patrick's Kilsyth by David Warden

St Patrick's Kilsyth by David Warden - the east elevation at the main entrance. This photograph is used as a theme photo for this website.

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The video below is from a short film made for the 2007 retrospective exhibition of the works of the Architectural firm of Gillespie Kidd and Coia. The exhibition took place in The Lighthouse in Glasgow and included a screening of the film in whole. In the excerpt below, our then Parish Priest James Tracey, talks about his experiences and feelings toward the building as a space for worship.