Window in Chancel on East Wall (c. 1869)
a. Description: Christ in Majesty. The largest window in the church
has three lights, the center light being of Christ with two angels
at his feet. The right hand light is of St Peter with keys and two
saints above him and the left light is of St Michael in amour with
two angels above him The window was designed by C.E.Kempe. This is
a large ashlar, three light perpendicular style East window with cusped
ogee heads to lights.
b. Inscription: Remember ye in your prayers Gordon Pemberton Steer
Captain Somerset Light Infantry, who was mortally wounded at Givenchy
25 November, 1915, aged 30.
in Chancel on South Wall (C15)
a. Description: This three light window is of Christ the Good Shepherd
with St Stephen on the left and St Lawrence on the right. The window
was designed by Heaton, Butler & Bayne.
b. Inscription: To the glory of God and in loving memory of Frederick
William Ratarel, who died 2nd June 1903. His wife and children affectionately
dedicate this window. R.I.P.
Window in Nave near Font on South Wall (after
a. Description: The two light, flat headed window has curved heads
to the lights. This is the most modern in the Church and shows on
the left, Peter and Tabitha, a woman who was a disciple, full of good works. On the right Tabitha is
shown talking with children. In the top corner of the right hand window
is an outline of the iron works indicating the industrial heritage
Inscription: dedicated to the Glory of God and in loving memory
of Elizabeth Ann Evans born 4th April 1881 who died on 8th March
1945. Donated by her husband Joshua Thomas Evans who died 26th May
1950 aged 75 years.
Window in Nave near pulpit on South Wall (C15)
a. Description: This is a flat headed three light window with curved
lights and renewed cusped ogee tracery. The design represents a scriptural
scene with Mary, James and John, the Apostles. A fine quality window
by C.E.Kempe 1901.
Inscription: Was given by Edward Steer, esq., in honour of god Incarnate
and in loving memory of his wife Augusta Louisa, who was born April
3rd, 1854, and died Nov. 29th, 1899.
the Nave on the South Wall, near the pulpit, there is also a small
rectangular window (not with stained glass), lighting the rood loft.
Window in Nave on North Wall, near organ and
door to Rood Screen (C 16 or 17)
a. Description: This flat headed window has two lights each with curved
head and depicts St Ambroise the healer on the left and Augustine
on the right.
Inscription: Stus Ambroisius doctor ecclise
Remember ye in the Lord Henry Cromwell, fifteen years churchwarden
of this parish, who died on the feast of St Peter the Apostle, 1901,
in remembrance of whom this window is dedicated. A richly coloured
window also by C.E.Kempe.
the nave on the North Wall.
is a blocked small early window, possibly C 12 13 and also
a two light window (not with stained glass)