St Edmund's, Kessingland, Suffolk

These windows have been created in memory of the Kessingland Driftermen. The design encompasses the history of the village - its boat building and fishing industries.

The design is an abstract interpretation of the harbour and drifter boats. Shoals of fish are caught in a grid of nets. The boat sails rise up through the design and gradually change shape. The sun and moon emerge from amongst a background of rich blue light. White gulls fly across the two lights.

In celebrating the history of Kessingland the windows also capture the spirit of God’s presence through nature and the power of light.

The windows were given by Mr J Strowger in memory of his family and were dedicated on 22nd August 2007 by The Bishop of Thetford, The Rt. Revd. David Atkinson.

Two light window in the south aisle. Each lancet measures 2310mm x 560mm

Kessingland
St Edmund's, Kessingland
Kessingland
St Edmund's, Kessingland
Kessingland
St Edmund's, Kessingland
Kessingland
St Edmund's, Kessingland