This c1874 window, erected in memory of Canon Adam Sedgewick, was originally placed in St Luke's chapel. It was made by J Hardman and co in a 13th century style. It bears great ressemblance to the windows found in Norwich's Catholic cathedral, which is not surprising as John Hardman was also responsible for many of the windows there.
The top roundel represents God creating the world. The delaration is made : "In six days the Lord created the heavens and the earth" - the smaller roundels further illustrate this theme
The second roundel depicts Noah making a sacrifice after surviving the flood.
The bottom roundel illustrates Christ's Presentation in the Temple.
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