For this church:
Aslockton St Thomas
The east window depicts Jesus showing his hands to Thomas the Doubter, and is dedicated to Thomas Cranmer.
It was a gift by a local woman as a thanksgiving for her father and was made by MDS Stained Glass in 1990.
At the west end of the north wall is a window that depicts the sinking of the RMS Quetta, a reminder of the Reverend Thomas Hall of Whatton, in whose memory the church was built. The window was made by MDS Stained Glass and is dated August 2002.
It was the joint idea of the locals of Aslockton and the inhabitants of Thursday Island, where the Quetta Memorial Cathedral was also built in the wake of the sinking.
At the east end of the nave north wall, and above the door to the new extension, is a window in memory of Alfred Kirby who died in 1956. The stained glass was made by Pope and Parr of Nottingham.
The inscription at the bottom of the window reads:
Three lancet windows in the south wall are filled with stained glass illustrating the hymn 'All Things Bright and Beautiful'.
The inscription on the easternmost lancet reads:
The inscription on the centre lancet reads:
The inscription on the westernmost lancet reads:
The glass was made by MDS Stained Glass and is dated September 1994.
The glass was made by MDS Stained Glass and is dated January 2016.
The glass was made by MDS Stained Glass and is dated August 1995.