Mr Bill Pardoe of Lye had done a lot of work for J. M. Tate and local Stained Glass Windows in Churches and he had decided it was time to retire. He said to David Tate “If you would let me design a Stained Glass Window, I will give you the glass”. It was an offer we couldn’t refuse.
Looking at the window, you will see rich dark colours on the outside, as you move toward the centre the colours become more pastel. The centre has clear glass, with the outside cross visable
The outside rich dark colours represent the sin in the world, and as you draw nearer to the cross, so does your life, as it becomes less sinful.
This was Bill's final Stained Glass Window.