(1) A small roundel window, high in the apex of the north gable of the church depicts a descending dove, the Christian symbol of God’s Holy Spirit.
(2) Above the pulpit in the north gable of the church is a rectangular window. The predominant colour of the lower window is blue. It shows Jesus rising into a cloudy sky with his hands outstretched in blessing. Two standing robed figures in the foreground gaze in awe. A third figure, wearing a green robe, kneels in worship. It represents Christ’s Ascension to heaven after his Resurrection.
The dedication on the bottom reads “TO THE GLORY OF GOD AND IN MEMORY OF/ MARGARET SMITH/ BORN 24 FEBRUARY 1868/ DIED 20 MARCH 1964/ GIFTED BY HER DAUGHTER ELIZABETH”.
(3) Two small panes of leaded glass with simple Arts & Crafts decoration are set into a screen door beside the organ. The first states “In Grateful Memory/ of/ JOHN JOHNSTON/ Organist/ of/ This/ Church/ 1903-1926.” And the second “They/ Rest/ from/ Their/ Labours/ And/ Their/ Works/ do. follow/ Them”. Dedicated November 1927.
G.B. Bailey & J.M. Young (2020)