Frances Lucille Dickie &

Herbert & Anne Earwalker Windows

 Gordon Webster windows installed between 1958 and 1969.  His style is quite distinctive and notably the way people's eyes are depicted - you could say "The eyes have it!"

Frances Lucille Dickie

(1949 -1957)

The death of a child is always particularly sad and this window remembers the death of a young girl - represented here with a pet rabbit. 

The scene represents the text

"Let the children come to me; do not try to stop them; for the Kingdom of God belongs to such as these."  (Mark 10:14)

The legend " While ye have light, believe in the light" is from

John 12.36.

The window was installed in 1958, and is found just above the pulpit in the North facing wall.

Herbert & Anne Earwalker

(Glenthraig Cottage)

Installed in 1969

This window is installed over the doorway leading to the Session Room and is in a South facing wall. 


The scene depicts the baptism of Jesus  in the River Jordan by John the Baptist.


The legend "This is my beloved Son" comes from

Matthew 3: 13-17

Appropriately the window overlooks the baptismal font.

The text on John the Baptist's staff is "Ecce agnes dei" -

"Behold the Lamb of God"

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