The biggest window in the church at the North end is also by William Wilson. You can't get far enough away to see it all in a oner but you'd have had to be a pigeon to see it from this angle before.
The next two windows are attributed to Herbert Hendrie who also appears in my Brechin Cathedral blog.
The artist for this window is unknown but there is quite a resemblance in the cloth to the previous two - faces are quite different I think.
There was another unknown artist window in the building. It was mostly obscured and this is the only picture of it I could find on the net. Comparing the picture of it in my guide book to the window I saw of Herbert Hendrie in Brechin I would put a small sum on it that this is his too. I don't have my own pictures of this one as it was mostly obscured by a notice and only the top quarter or so was visible.
My favourite windows in the building were a number by the Scottish artist, John Duncan. He is best known for his painting but seems to have done pretty well when he's turned his hand to glazing.
This one is only attributed to John Duncan.
The quality of the face doesn't really show up in the photo of the entire window but it's much clearer in this close up. It's rather marvellous
Across the road from the Eric Liddell Centre is the Morningside United Church (it used to be the Morningside North Parish church in a previous incarnation) and it's thought that Mr Liddell may have gone to church here too. The lady at reception in the Eric Liddell Centre told me that they have a brand new window this year dedicated to Eric Liddell. It's not routinely open during the week but we rang the office doorbell and were enthusiastically invited in to view it (most appreciated). It was made by Christian Shaw and, according to the churches web page, it was being finished in October,