Rev. Kenneth Malcolm Sutherland-Graeme, M.A., (1927-1931)
Rev. Osborn resigned in 1926 to become Vicar at St Margaret's, Prestwich,
In the same year, the local priory of the Scottish Guild of Servers was formed. It was a part of the Fraternity of St Francis and continued to hold the allegiance of long-serving members and to train up young boys to lollow in their footsteps.
In February 1930, Sir Douglas Seton-Steuart, the last of the family, died. Mr J. W. Campbell whote a tribute to him in the church magazine. He had been a worthy successor to his distinguished forebears and in “his self-sacrificing personality he may truly be said to have robbed himself that he might give to others”. In the same year, Miss Drummond resigned after thirty-five years as Infant Mistress in the Day School.
Rev. Sutherland-Graeme was offered, in May 1931, the charge of the Cathedral congregation at St Paul's, Dundee, an office carrying much greater responsibility, but he and his wife left “the neighbourhood, the beautiful church, but above all the kind and friendly people” with regret.