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“To the Glory of God and in memory of Mrs. E.C. “Frances” Jams, 1882-1960. Unveiled June 16, 1963.

The scarlet colour denotes the martyred saints. The large eagle, which is the symbol of St. John the Evangelist, holds a book in its talons. Below are the letters JS, which is a monogram for Johannes or John. The middle pane shows a golden chalice, and the right pane includes a book, both symbols of St. John the Evangelist.

Frances James was among the W.A. workers listed by Mrs. C.C. James as those whose persevering labours laid a long and lasting foundation.

Associated Church

London, Middlesex Deanery, St. John the Evangelist London


Stained glass, Church, Church window, London, Ontario