A single panel. Christ is shown kneeling and in profile, after his temptation and forty days in the desert. Angels in priestly robes are ministering to him… Above, there is a crown of thorns with the biblical quotation: “And angels came and ministered unto him”. Below the memorial inscription appear the symbols of Christ’s temptation: a bag of gold coins, a sceptre and a crown
- Position: First window in south wall, on the right as you enter
- Biblical ref: Matthew 4, v.11
- Signature: H.T. Bosdet, Grove Park Terrace, Chiswick 1900
- Memorial inscription: "To the Glory of God and in loving memory of Amelia Le Quesne, wife of Alfred Le Gallais, born Nov 5th 1842, died Feb 10th 1894. This window is erected by her three daughters, Mary Hargraves, Maud Davis, Evelyn Goddard."