Commissioned by the longtime organist, this piece shows the unique setting of a church which has stood on the hill overlooking Fergus for over 100 years. A dramatic strike of lightning in the early part of the twentieth century damaged the elegant tall steeple, so a decision was made to take off the remains at the base which has left this stone building with an unusual, easily identifiable face.

This congregation has now decided to build a new church due to structural problems in this much loved older building. Reproductions of my painting are raising funds towards the purchase of a new organ for the new church.