Newtown Church marks 100 years since the end of World War One.
Some of the stained glass in Newtown Church.
Designed and installed by specialist glaziers Messrs Cunningham Dickson and Walker of 31 Frederick Street Edinburgh, the windows depict Agnus Dei, St Matthew, St Mark, St Luke, St John, St Ninian, St Cuthbert, St Kentigern and St Columbus.
Five windows installed by Messrs Andrew, George and William Ker were dedicated in a service on 3rd February 1963 by the Very Revd. Dr. A. C. Craig. A further four stained glass windows in the South West wall were gifted in memory of Andrew Ker (1887-1963) by his widow Elizabeth Little. These were also dedicated at a special service by the said Dr. A. C Craig on 16th May 1965. On this day 174 members received the elements from a roll of 425 members.