This church is a memorial to the First World War. Within it are six stained and painted glass windows dedicated to seven different veterans of the First World War and one of the Second World War, all of whom died on active service. Three large, almost square, six-panel windows are located on either side of the church, and a set of three elongated windows are located in the back wall of the church.
Descriptions of the imagery of each window are listed below:
In loving memory of Flight Lieutenant James Jeffery Allen, DFC. They shall mount up with wings as eagles.
Dean Barrett Fry, 3rd Batt. AIF, 9th April 1917 Hermies France; Alan Fraser Fry 13th Batt. AIF, 14 Aug 1916, Pozieres, France. Be thou faithful unto death and I will give you a crown of life. A loving tribute of their parents and family.
Frank Alexander Rea, 4th Batt. AIF, 5th May 1917, Bullecourt France - Here am I for thou didst call me. A loving tribute of his mother and friends.
Love’s strength standeth in love’s sacrifice.
Sgt Dudley S Matheson, 13th Battallion (sic) AIF, April 11th 1917, Bullecourt, France. A loving tribute of his parents.L Cpl. Werner Rossbach, March 28th 1918, Palestine, 1st Lht. Horse Reg. AIF; Tpr. Leonard Rossbach, December 9th, 1918, Egypt. A loving tribute of their mother. Lieut. Alan C Nutter, Royal Flying Corps, September 15th 1917, Bethune, France. A Loving tribute of his parents.
|Rank||Given Name||Family Name||Conflict/s||Fate||Service No.||Service||Unit||Campaign||Link|
|Flight Lieutenant||James Jeffery||Allen||World War 2||Died of injuries||RAF||India||view|
|Dene Barrett||Fry||World War 1||KIA||AIF||3rd Batt||Hermies, France||view|
|Alan Fraser||Fry||World War 1||KIA||AIF||13th Batt||Pozieres, France||view|
|Sgt||Dudley S||Matheson||World War 1||KIA||AIF||13th Batt||Bullecourt, France||view|
|Lieut||Alan C||Nutter||World War 1||KIA||Royal Flying Corps||Bethune, France||view|
|Frank Alexander||Rea||World War 1||KIA||AIF||5th Batt||Bullecourt, France||view|
|Tpr||Leonard||Rossbach||World War 1||DOD||AIF||1st Lt Horse||Egypt||view|
|L Cpl||Werner||Rossbach||World War 1||KIA||AIF||1st Lt Horse||Palestine||view|
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