This 1892 Clayton & Bell window is in a dominant position above the High Altar & Bishop's Throne. It shows Christ the King in all of his glory robed, crowned & with outstretched arms. The words Salvator Mundi are etched beleath his feet. Around him : doves bear scrolls with the seven gifts of the spirits, two seraphs bear scrolls carrying the word "Sanctus" and three kneeling angels carry symbols of the Passion.
The window was erected in memory of Edward Berkeley Phipps who died in 1872..