St James's Church, Hampton Hill

The nave
stained glass windows

High above the nave at the entrance to the chancel is a tiny window depicting the Holy Spirit in the form of a dove (c1909). The Great West Window in the nave depicts the 'Transfiguration of Christ' (c1882). The inscription is shown below.

"To the Glory of God and in loving remembrance
Fitzroy John Fitzwygram First vicar of this parish 1863-1881
This window is erected by his parishioners and friends
'A faithful man and feared God'
He entered into rest August 13th 1881"

The Great West Window depicts the Transfiguration of Christ

"To the Glory of God
and in loving remembrance

Fitzroy John Fitzwygram

First vicar of this parish
1863-1881

This window is erected
by his parishioners and friends

'A faithful man and feared God'

He entered into rest
August 13th 1881"

 

Part of The Great West Window

Part of The Great West Window

 

Part of The Great West Window

 

Part of The Great West Window

Part of The Great West Window

 

Part of The Great West Window



High above the nave at the entrance to the chancel is a tiny window depicting the Holy Spirit in the form of a dove

The Holy Spirit


St James's Church
The Parish Church of St James, Hampton Hill, TW12 1DQ
Main site: stjames-hamptonhill.org.uk