A Tour of Holy Trinity's Memorial Windows

Holy Trinity has six memorial windows, each depicting a period in the life of Jesus.

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I Am the Good Shepherd
The large window over the altar depicts Christ as the Good Shepherd. It was presented to the church in 1909 by the six sons of James and Sarah Stanley.
Behold, I Stand at the Door and Knock
Located next to the pulpit, given in memory of The Reverend William Logan, a former rector of Holy Trinity. The oldest of the memorial windows, and was in place for the opening of the church in January 1909.
He is Not Here for He is Risen
The Resurrection window is the only window that does not portray Christ as a man. The window reinforces the idea that we are indeed "Easter people".  Given by family in  memory of Frank and Violet Hardy.
Nevertheless not as I will, but as Thou wilt
This window portrays a sorrowful Jesus at prayer in Gethsemane. The window was given in memory of Mabel Victoria Ashworth by her family.
Suffer the Little Children to Come Unto Me
This window, which is located next to the Frank Street door, depicts Jesus welcoming the children. It is in memory of John and Dell Sprowl, George and Clarissa Howard, and Casper and Cora Howard, by their family.
Greater Love Hath No Man Than This
In the west wall, this window shows Jesus carrying His cross. Family members presented this window in memory of James Arthur Stanley.