St Peters All Souls Anglican Church Stained Glass Window WW2 Back to Search

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Location Corner of Stephen Terrace and Third Avenue, St Peters, Norwood Payneham St Peters - South Australia, Australia
Type stained_glass_window
Description

All Souls Anglican Church. A stained glass window depicting a scene from John Bunyans's Pilgrim's Progress, that has the pilgrim with sword clasped in both hands standing before the trials of his hardship as he stands before the Celestial City. On the border on both sides are the reputed words. At the base is a glass dedication panel. Below the window is a bronze plaque affixed to a wooden backing board.
 

Built Not yet discovered
Opened 9 November 1947 by Brigadier A.S. Blackburn, V.C.
Inscription

Left border:

MY SWORD I GIVE TO HIM THAT SHALL SUCCEED ME IN MY PILGRIMAGE AND MY COURAGE TO HIM THAT CAN GET IT MY SCARS I CARRY WITH ME TO BE A WITNESS

Right border:

FOR ME THAT I FOUGHT HIS BATTLE WHO WILL BE MY REWARDER SO HE PASSED OVER AND ALL THE TRUMPETS SOUNDED ON THE OTHER SIDE

Plaque:

Take me for I come to TheeAIF insigniaTo the Glory of GodRAN insignia     and in Loving Memory of those     RAAF insigniawho died that we might live

Bronze plaque:

VALIANT FOR TRUTHFOR1939 - GOD, KING AND COUNTRY - 1945

R.A.N.


R.A.A.F.


R.A.A.F.


THEIR NAME LIVETH FOR EVERMORE

Condition

MAINTAINED BY: Anglican Church

PECULIARITIES/DAMAGE: Nil

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Names

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DUMAS, Charles John

Service number 407615
Flying Officer
No. 223 Squadron (RAF)
Royal Air Force (WW2)
Born 18 Mar 1919

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