The Lunette Window (The Birth of Jesus) This window, depicting the birth of Jesus, was dedicated on Christmas Eve, 1971. "Glory to God in the highest and on Earth Peace." is inscribed at the bottom of the center panel. It was given by Edwina Robinson in loving memory of Carolyn W. Ead and Lillian F. Ead.
Vestibule North Window (The Golden Rule) This window depicts Mr. MacKinlay's Scottish heritage and his dedication to social justice through art, poetry and Scripture. Included quotes are: "Do unto others as you would have the do unto you.", "By his works a man is justified.", "Love they neighbor as thy self.", and from Paul Bunyan "They never sought in vain, hey that sought the Lord aright." In loving memory of Alexander Scott MacKinlay
Vestibule (narthex) South Window (We are Laborers with God) In this window, there are two small personal symbols, the rainbow and the Masonic emblem. Jesus is shown as a carpenter. Also depicted are a tent marker, a spinner, a women cooking, a farmer and a fisherman. The window is given by the Koehler Family in memory of Harry and Louise Koehler.
Single Aisle South (Jesus in the Temple) The single aisle window on the South side of the sanctuary is devoted to the young Jesus in the temple at Jerusalem, at the age of 12, when he was talking with elders. Below is depicted the lamp of learning and enlightenment. The border is a grapevine, symbolizing the fruitfulness of the Church. At the base is the inscription: In loving memory of Randal Coombs.
Single Aisle North (I am the Resurrection and the Life} The single aisle window on the North side of the sanctuary is based on the scripture: "I am the Resurrection and the Life." It depicts Jesus with Mary and Martha, after the death of their brother, Lazarus. Its dedicated "To the Glory of God and in honor of those who have enriched the lives of others.
South Stairway Window (Let the Children come to Me) This window depicts Jesus with the children, with the passage "Let the children come to me." Flowers and birds symbolize the joy and beauty of nature. Given in honor of Parmenter and Mabel Brummitt, gift of Gloria M. Brummitt and in honor of Gloria Brummitt by her friends.