The theme of this window might well be called Companions of Jesus. He stands in the center lancet with arms outstretched and woven into the background is the text: "The Lord is the Strength of My Life", (Psalm 27, Verse 1).
the figure of Jesus and, in medallion forms, are various
The lower medallion in the left lancet depicts Barrett L. Tyler, as a chaplain in the South Pacific (The son of Dr. and Mrs. Tyler, he lost his life as a World War II Chaplain). The center medallion shows Florence Nightingale ministering to soldiers in the Crimea. The top medallion depicts Sir Wilfred Grenfell in Labrador.
the bottom medallion of the right lancet, we see Albert
The tracery contains various Christian symbols beginning with the ox for Service; lily of the valley for Humility; the oak for Strength; and the sheep for Christian. At the top of the window the Alpha and Omega are woven into the design with the symbols of Faith, Hope, and Charity and the Armor of God.
summarize: The Communion of God with Man through Jesus Christ
is made glorious in this window of colored light.
ARCHITECT: Cram and Ferguson
DEDICATED: November 4, 1956
DONOR: Reverend Barrett P. Tyler, Rector of this Parish from 1920 - 1932
HEIGHT FROM FLOOR: 9'10"