During the first world war, the tennis club stopped using the land behind the church, and it was rented to Mr McCraig for £2 per year to grow vegetables for the war effort, this was on condition that he re-instated the tennis courts when he left.
By 1918 there were 110 names on the communion roll.
The Manse was finally built in 1921, it was designed by W Webb Shannon and built by E Devaney. The Minister moved from his accomodation in Church Road to the new Manse on 5th January 1922.
In 1921, after 38 years, Mrs Hannay resigned as superintendant of the Sunday School.
After the second world war in 1946, a memorial was placed on the wall of the church commemorating the members of the congregation who died in the two World Wars, 4 names where on it:
- John Bell (WW 1), was the son of the minister, the Rev Benjamin Bell
- Robert Connelly (WW 2), member of the merchant navy and son of the church treasurer
- John Milne (WW 2), member of the Fleet Air Arm
- Arthur Raybould (WW 2), Squadron Leader in the RAF, awarded the DSO and DFM