18b. The east stained glass window of St Mary's Church, Wooler
The east stained glass window of St Mary's Church, Wooler is the work of Harry Stammers of York in 1962 and shows Christ in Glory with his arms wide open in welcome displaying the marks of the crucifixion. Above Him is the hand of God and below the dove representing the Holy Spirit. At the bottom of the stain glass window is baby Jesus with the Kings and Shepherds.
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