TAKEN from the parable of the 'Good Samaritan', it's an inscription on a fine piece of Victoriana, a memorial window
, in the former St Mark's Presbyterian Church in Newbiggin by the Sea.
He has been commemorated with a memorial window
in St Theodore's Church in the town, while the main gate at Talbot Memorial Park is dedicated to his memory.
And among them is a memorial window
in the Church of St Lawrence, East Rounton, near Northallerton, to the "female Lawrence of Arabia", Gertrude Bell.
Cormack's description of Richard Stubbington's memorial window
to Captain Adie Wale in St Mary's, Warwickshire, provides a fitting conclusion to Arts and Crafts Stained Glass: 'With Stubbington the impetus towards abstraction--implicit in Christopher Whall's aesthetic--came near to explicit realisation.
The church closed, but there is still a memorial window
in the cathedral.
Saturday's open day allowed locals to look inside the Grade 1 listSaturday's open day allowed locals to look inside the Grade 1 listed building and feast their eyes on the beautiful War Memorial Window
Dowding - head of RAF Fighter Command - died in 1970 and his ashes were laid to rest below the Battle of Britain memorial window
Another, for the John Betjeman Memorial Window
at Farnborough, Berkshire (1986), is lonely against a vast north wall.
There is a memorial window
to Captain Smith in the Chapel of the Holy Spirit in Liverpool's Anglican Cathedral; ask a guide to show it to you as you have to stand well back in the choir aisle to see it
For years, they have known their Memorial Window
She then dedicated a memorial window
for military nurses at St Anne's Cathedral, Belfast.
Following this everyone faced the back of church to observe the young church decorate the Memorial window
with Poppies they had made.