For this church:
The east window depicts the Crucifixion. It was given by G S Lister of Finningley Park in memory of his wife who died in 1897.
A brass plaque nearby reads:
The window in the south wall of the chancel shows the Ascension.
The inscription along the bottom of the window reads:
The window was given by the Rev Roger Hines, vicar of Shepreth in Cambridgeshire, in memory of his wife who was the daughter of F H Cartwright of Bawtry.
The easternmost window of the south wall is in memory of Francis Raynes of Bawtry and was donated by his friends. It illustrates the three dioceses with which the church has been associated. The dioceses are repesented by their patron saints: St Peter (York), St Hugh (Lincoln) and St Mary (Southwell).
The middle window of the south wall of the nave shows the Risen Christ saying 'Noli me tangere' ('touch me not') to Mary. It was a gift of John Walker of Bawtry.
The westernmost window in the south wall depicts St Wilfrid and St Bertwald and commemorates the Council of Austerfield of AD 702. It was the gift of Dorothy Walker.
The two 13th century small lancet windows in the west wall contain stained glass that depict St Helena and St Paulinus. St Helena was the mother of the Roman Emperor Constantine. She is said to have discovered the True Cross on which Jesus was crucified when she made a pilgrimage to the Holy Land. St Paulinus was an Italian missionary who converted Northumbria to Christianity, became the first Bishop of York, and was later made Archbishop of Rochester.
These two windows were given by Orlando Bridgeman-Simpson of Wentbridge.
The stained glass window in the north wall was installed to commemorate the 400th anniversary of William Bradford's baptism. The first panel of the window shows Bradford outside the church, the second depicts the Mayflower and the third shows him as Governor of the new Plymouth Colony. The window was made by Septimus Waugh in 1989.