1957, A stained glass window was dedicated as a memorial to John Atkins (1840-1904), and his wife Elizabeth (1866-1953). The service was held on April 21, 1957 with Rev. John Hunter presiding.
The window was a gift of the Atkins family: Olive (Mrs. H.R. Foreman, of Toronto), John Atkins of Cleveland, Ohio, and Helen and Anne Atkins of Collingwood. Anne unveiled the window which bears the words “He shall gather the lambs in His arms and carry them in His bosom” (from Isaiah 40:11). The window was designed by Roland Aldous of Toronto, from a painting of the “Good Sheppard: by the German artist, Plockhurst. (EB April 25 1957)
This window is located on the south side of the sanctuary at the exit to the banquet hall. The upper portion of the window shows Jesus calling Simon and Andrew to be His followers. The inscription is found in St. Mark’s Gospel, chapter 1: verse 18. It says: "Straightway, they forsook their nets and followed Him". The lower section has two panels entitled ‘My Rewarder’ and ‘There have I coveted to set my foot, too.’
In the summer of 1997, descendants of A.B. Spencer visited Trinity and gave a copy of the order of service from the dedication Sunday to the church archives.
In 1970, the second window on the south side was presented on May 10th by the United Church Women’s groups (cf 125th Anniversary book). It is dedicated to ‘the glory of God, and in loving memory of all the women who served this Church’. The window depicts Jesus’ love of children. Its inscription reads: “Whoever shall not receive the Kingdom of God as a little child, he shall not enter therein” (Luke 18:17).
1965, Next to this is the window dedicated September 19th by choir members. It honour all those who served in the choir in past years, and was presented by member Basil Brock. Mrs. Bea (Bert) Myler unveiled it. Rev. Keith F. Tudot was minister at the time.
2003, This most recent stain glass window was dedicated in the spring of 2003, and flows from the choir window below with the colours of blue and the theme of music with the lute, lyre and harp. The artist, Sue Obata, also maintains the harmony of angels found in the other stain glass. The window was dedicated by his wife Claire Clark, in the memory of Bill, who worked tirelessly on many boards and committees of the church.
1964, A handsome double-panelled window was unveiled and dedicated. The date was Sunday, December 21 and is in memory of the late Mr. & Mrs. William G. Smart. The window was a gift to the church from the members of the family. It was unveiled by Edward M. Smart, and dedicated by Rev. Murray B. Masecar. The window theme is that of Christ receiving and blessing the children. The inscription reads: ‘Suffer the little children to come unto me’ (Mathew 19:14) (EB Jan 7, 1965). This window is located on the north side of the sanctuary, at the exit to the banquet hall.
In the top arch of the Sallows’ window are the words: “Hallelujah, for the Lord Omnipotent reigneth” (Book of Revelations, 19:6). The panel below it illustrates the statement: “The Kingdom of this World has become the Kingdom of the Lord and His Christ, and He shall reign forever”.
One panel shows “Luke the beloved Physician” while the other depicts, “I am the light of the world”. (John 8:12)