Marjorie Kemp (1886–1975) was a stained glass artist who studied under Margaret Chilton in Glasgow, and eventually set up a studio in Edinburgh with her. This is a list of her major works excluding collaborations with Margaret Chilton, which are listed under List of works by Margaret Chilton. After Margaret Chilton's death, Marjorie retired from stained glass work and died in Edinburgh on the 20 April 1975.
Kemp designed the West window under the South gallery in this church. It is entitled “The Sower”, described by author John Gifford as “an example of restrained expressionism”. The window commemorates the Revd James Meikle who was minister at this church from 1897 to 1933. It depicts the Parable of the Sower and features the local raspberry crops.
The War Memorial and Women's Guild Window was designed and executed by Kemp and was dedicated on Remembrance Sunday, 9 November 1947. The window is in memory of the members of the congregation who fell during two world wars. It is a three-light window and the centre light depicts St Leonard and an inscription from Psalm 124. The left hand light shows Dorcas and the right panel shows Eunice reading a book. The left hand light was in fact designed by W.Wilson.