For this church:
Thorney with Wigsley St Helen
The east window shows the Crucifixion, with the weeping figures of St John and St Mary either side of the cross. The light to the north shows the birth of Christ and light to the south shows the Resurrection. The circular window above also contains stained glass.
The window in the chancel north wall contains a representation of St Helen.
The easternmost window in the south wall shows St Mark.
The westernmost window in the south wall depicts St Luke.
There are six stained glass windows in the north wall and six in the south wall. Each window depicts an apostle.
Most of the stained glass in the central opening of the west window has been replaced with clear glass at some point. According to an account of the consecration of the church in 1850 the window showed Christ 'in a standing position, beneath the figure is a representation of the baptism of Christ'. The light to the north shows the prophet Elias with a scroll across his shoulder and the light to the south shows St John the Baptist. The circular window above also contains stained glass.
All the stained glass in the church is in poor condition.