Kintore Parish church dates from 1819, when it was built to accommodate the increasing population of agricultural workers in the area. The church boasts a series of windows from the late 1950's by William Wilson. William Wilson RSA (1905–1972) was one of Scotland's finest artists. He started his glass career with James Ballantyne & Son, prior to which he worked as a map maker. He studied at Edinburgh College of Art, before opening his stained-glass studio in Edinburgh in 1937. During his career he produced over 300 windows, for churches, cathedrals and secular buildings all over Scotland.