Maryfield, St Philip and St James

s5. Nave south 2

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Date of manufacture and insertion
1866
Number of lights
4
Maker
Clayton & Bell
Main subject
Baptism of Christ above Moses and the Red Sea : Pentecost above the Fiery Furnace : Baptism of eunuch above Naaman : Jailor with Paul and Silas above Noah building Ark.
Tracery subject
Suffer little children
Notes
  1. Manufacturer=CG.
  2. Insertion=date of licensing of church.
  3. MG Swift Maryfield St Philip and St James: its stained glass and the Gothic revival.

s5. Baptism of Christ above Moses and the Red Sea : Pentecost above the Fiery Furnace : Baptism of eunuch above Naaman : Jailor with Paul and Silas above Noah building Ark.

s5 tracery. Suffer little children.

s5 2a. The baptism of Christ by St John the Baptist.

s5 1a. Moses divides the Red Sea (Exodus 14:19–31).

s5 2b. Pentecost

s5 1b. Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego are unscathed in the Burning Fiery Furnace, with King Nebuchadnezzar looking on in amazement (Daniel 3:24–25).

s5 2c. Baptism of the eunuch by St Philip Acts 8:26–40).

s5 1c. Naaman is cured of leprosy by dipping himself seven times in the River Jordan (Ⅱ Kings 5:14).

s5 2d. Jailor with Paul and Silas Acts 16:29–33).

s5 1d. Noah builds the Ark (Genesis 6:14–22).