For this church:
Stained glass windows are provided on the Eastern Chancel and the Western Nave walls. The former was the gift of the Pickin family in the memory of W J Pickin and the latter in the memory of Mr & Mrs Frogson
The East Window is of three main lights. The middle light depicts the Crucifixion, with the words “BEHOLD THE LAMB OF GOD”. To the left is the Resurrection of Christ, with the inscription “I AM THE RESURRECTION AND THE LIFE”, and to the right is the Ascension (“I ASCEND UNTO MY FATHER AND YOUR FATHER”). Below on the left is Christ receiving children (“SUFFER LITTLE CHILDREN TO COME UNTO ME”), on the right Christ takes a child into his arms to teach (“DESPISE NOT ONE OF THESE LITTLE ONES”) and in the middle (though partly hidden) is Christ as the Good Shepherd.
A board near the south end of the altar rail is inscribed:
The two lancets making up the main lights of the window in the west wall are fairly well separated and perhaps best considered as two windows.
This depicts two scenes from the story of the Good Samaritan (the first one being the lower one, so the window has to be read upwards.) Text in the window reads:
and along the bottom is the inscription:
This shows two scenes from the story of Dorcas (Acts 9.36-41). Like the other window this has to be read from bottom to top. Text in the window reads:
(There is evidently a spelling error in this and ‘OATS’ should be read as ‘COATS’.)
Along the bottom is the inscription: