Celebrating worship at
King’s Park Church has been marking its 85th anniversary this year - and they’ve kindly let Reformer readers have a snapshot of their history with a collection of old photos.
The images are from a exhibition the church held on September 13.
Hundreds of photographs and memorabilia were on display for members of the congregation to view.
There were 85 years of magazine and newspaper articles as well as photographs of the Kirk session and all the ministers from when the church first started.
As well as that, there were photos from weddings, BB, Brownie, Guides, bands, choir and all the many groups over many years.
Some of the photos depict the Daffy Girls, who emerged from the young wives and mother and toddler group in 1970.
The group came about when a dozen or so people, mainly committee members, accepted a challenge to put on their own entertainment for their daffodil tea.
It proved such a hit that the group went on to entertain many groups around Glasgow.
Sing stars The choir from the 1990’s