Kirk of the Holy Rood Windows

(SMR 1731)

The southern bowed gable of the church built in 1964 incorporated two triangular stained glass windows by an American artist.  They are not painted and depend upon the tint of the glass to produce the pattern.

(1) To the left of the chancel the window depicts a fish – the early symbol for Christ.

(2) To the right is an albatross, legendary for feeding her young.

G.B. Bailey (2019)