Stained Glass

Easingwold with Raskelf Anglican Churches

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Diocese of York

Easingwold Deanery

The two saints are depicted as Evangelists and Apostles. St Matthew is shown with a tax collector’s box. St Luke is shown with a physician’s pill box.

The Lady Chapel

(North Aisle)

St. Matthew & St Luke (Sir Ninian Comper, 1936)

The Lady Chapel

(North Aisle)

The Virgin Mary & St John (made about 1883)

The Lady Chapel

(North Aisle)

The Holy Family at Nazareth (Harry Harvey 1988)

The Sanctuary

The window above the High Altar (about 1856)

The Chancel

All Saints (Ann Southern 1980)

The Chancel

Above the choir stalls (1860+)

The South Aisle

The childhood of Christ & education (c. 1840)

The South Aisle

The Presentation of Christ the baby in the temple (1890+)

The South Aisle

The Resurrection (1890+)

The South Aisle

St Hilda and St Cuthbert (1895+, in the style of Kempe)

The stained glass windows at St. John the Baptist and All Saints, Easingwold with descriptions by the late Dr Renée Berrill

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