Stained Glass of St John de Sepulchre Church, Norwich
As with so many of our churches St John de Sepulchre lost it’s stained glass during the reformation. In particular its stained glass windows, including one of St Thomas Beckett, were replaced by clear glass.
All the windows in the church are of perpendicular style, however, the chancel windows is of a later date as evidenced by the their flatter arches. It is here in the East window that John Dixon’s 1840s window can be found depicting John the Baptist. Unfortunately much of the window is covered by the reredos and it is only possible to see the top section.
For further information and to view the details of each window click the boxes below. To learn more about the church visit : www.norwichchurches.co.uk