All Saints' Church Memorial Windows

All Saints' Church Memorial Windows. Photo by Adrian Lee.
All Saints' with St Andrews Church
Inmans Row
Woodford Wells

Three stained glass windows at All Saints' Church, Woodford Wells, are dedicated to the memory of those who died in the First World War. The inscription refers to a memorial plaque (also within the church) featuring the names of those who died. The centre panel features an image of Christ holding a crown with St. George on the left panel and on the right hand panel is an anonymous soldier who represents those being memorialised.

All Saints' Church now works in partnership with St. Andrew's Church on Chingford Lane and is known as All Saints' with St. Andrew's.


Elsie Peterson (Director of Operations and Church Life) at All Saints' Church believes these are the three figures depicted.