This window is devoted to the four great early followers of Christ - Saint Stephen, Deacon and Protomartyr, Saint Paul, Saint Peter, and Saint James.
The first figure at the left represents Saint Stephen in dalmatic as deacon, holding the book and martyr's palm.
On the shield above are six stones, symbols of his martyrdom and the dalmatic symbol of his deaconship. In the medallion at the base is represented his dedication: "Whom they set before the Apostles: and when they had prayed that laid their hands upon them." Acts 7:6.
Paul bears the scroll
and the sword, and on the shield above, the open book and sword
are inscribed as his symbols. The medallion below represents
his conversion on the way to Damascus. Acts 9:3-4. "Suddenly
there shined round about him a light from heaven: and he fell
to the earth, and heard a voice saying unto him, Saul, Saul,
why persecutest thou me?"
Saint James is given the Pilgrim's Staff and open book, and above is his symbol the scollop shell. The predella is a symbol of his missionary spirit in spreading the word of Christ to far countries.
In the background of the figures, under decorative canopies, are conventionalized patterns of Pomegranate, symbol of Resurrection and Immortality, for the two outer figures and for the two central ones, the Vine suggesting the unity of the church through the True Vine and his followers - the branches.
In the tracery are adoring angels with palms of martyrdom and praise, and at the center is an angel of Prayer with a small Cross.
The Memorial Inscription reads: "In loving memory of George Hobron Champlin - Benefactor of this church. Born 1840 - Died 1907".