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Windows on the subject of 'Seven corporeal works of mercy'

8 Windows, listed in Church Order

Window Location & Subject Church Date Craftsmen
Details S Transept S (E)
Adoration of the Kings; Act of Mercy - welcoming the stranger; Annunciation;
Marriage at Cana; Act of Mercy - Clothing the naked; Christ with doctors in Temple
Parable of the Talents; Jonah fleeing from Presence of God; Christ in House of Simon
St Mary the Virgin in Addington 16C & 17C Flemish
Details Nave S (E)
5 of the 6 corporeal works of mercy, Matt 25 v 34-36
A stranger and ye took me in; Christ; Sick and ye visited me
Naked and ye clothed me; Hungry and ye fed me; In prison and ye visited me
St Mary in Amersham c1884 Frederick Preedy
Details N aisle N(W)
Visiting the sick; Teaching
All Saints in Bisham (Berks) 1871 James Powell & Sons
Details Sanctuary S
Works of Mercy
Clothe the poor; Feed the hungry
St Mary in Chesham 1869 Clayton & Bell
Details Sanctuary N
Works of Mercy
Drink for the thirsty; Visit the sick
St Mary in Chesham 1869 Clayton & Bell
Details East
Preacher; Charge to St Peter; Visiting the sick
St Giles in Stoke Poges 1867 Lavers & Barraud
Details West
6 Acts of Mercy:-6 scenes from Matthew 26, 35 & 36
St Paul in Wooburn 1869 Heaton Butler & Bayne
Details N aisle W
Feeding the hungry
St Andrew in Wraysbury †1883 Heaton Butler & Bayne

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