Sunday, 12 April 2015

St George's New Windows

I posted a photograph of the inside of St George's on 28th September 2014.

The original stained glass windows in St George's were destroyed when a bomb dropped on Church Street during WWII. New windows have now been created by glass artist Sarah Galloway who was commissioned in 2012 to create a new east window and two adjacent side windows. They were installed and dedicated by the Bishop of Chester in February 2015.

This is the right-hand side window.

This is the left-hand side window. The trees in the churchyard can be seen waving in the wind through the windows.

A detail of the central East window.

Another detailed photograph can be found on my photoblog: sithenah.

Information on the history of St George's can be found on Old Hyde.

A contribution to
Inspired Sundays;
Blue Monday;
Whimsical Windows, Delirious Doors.


  1. Magnificent images of these great pieces of work!

  2. Nice windows! Not traditional but still lovely.

  3. The windows are exquisite.

  4. Ah, before I started reading I thought that the windows looked quite modern. Tom The Backroads Traveller

  5. i enjoy the dove - those stain glass windows are amazing. enjoy your weekend!! ( :

  6. Beautiful work, but I'm afraid I'm more of a traditionalist when it comes stain glass window in a church as old as this one.

  7. Beautiful, the colours are stunning!
    Liz @ Shortbread & Ginger

  8. Wonderful windows, modern, I like the dove

  9. Interesting stain glass. Thanks for sharing.

  10. Hi Gerald,

    I'm sure the new windows are lovely, but it's a shame that the originals were destroyed. Thanks for playing today.

    Happy Blue Monday!

  11. Gorgeous share. It is quite lovely although I imagine the original artwork was also. Such sadness, war. Thank you for sharing with us today.

  12. This stained glass is beautiful - the living waters and dove of peace look lovely, a message can told about divine glory. Nicely captured - thanks for your link!

  13. Love how the side windows echo the colours of the main window. I don't think I have ever seen stained glass church windows styled in this way. Most enchanting.


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