The Church has a number of very fine Victorian stained glass windows, four of which are shown below:

Behold the Lamb of God

This panel, dated 1898, was given by Charles William Cox, a former Mayor of Maidenhead, in memory of his mother Sarah.

Glory to God in the Highest

This panel, dated 1898, was given in memory of Eliza Ann Mills, an active worker in the Church, by her husband William. The text is often misread as: “Glory to God in the High St”

God is our refuge and strength

This panel, dated 1898, was given in memory of Thomas Hine, a Methodist Local Preacher, who died tragically in 1884 and was known affectionately as “Holy Joe”

Peace on earth

This panel, dated 1898, was given in memory of Thomas Henry Bromley by his family. He was a member of this Church for 35 years and grandfather of Norman Collis Bromley who is commemorated with his wife, Mary, in one of meeting rooms – “The Bromley Room”

 

 

There are also two excellent wallhangings in silk worked by Ruth Daniel using a machine appliqué technique.
Though separate they are designed to hang as a pair, representing the Old and the New testaments:

Fishers of Men

Fishers of Men

The Lord is my Shepherd

The Lord is my Shepherd