Architecture students have shown how they would complete a historic Dundee church.
Logie and St John’s (Cross) Parish Church on Shaftesbury Avenue was built more than 100 years ago, but the steeple was never completed.
The church’s minister, the Rev David Gray, is a former architect and now organises an annual competition offering architecture students at Dundee University’s Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design the chance to imagine how the steeple could be completed.
The students’ designs went on display at the church this week.
The project is designed to foster closer links between the university and the church.
Nearly 20 students took part in the event, and their designs included everything from Stairway to Heaven to A Soil Library.