The stained glass in Clark Memorial Church has always attracted much interest and admiration. Most of it was installed at the time of the building of the church. Mr John Clark himself gave the great East and West windows, and also the transept gallery windows, the latter in memory of his mother and father. The tall lancet windows in the north and south walls were mostly gifted by members and friends of the Clark family. All the windows were manufactured in Glasgow at the height of the Arts and Crafts Movement. This was a movement which heralded a revival of the concept of the artist-craftsman, and a general resurgence in the quality of all types of art and design work. Glasgow was at the centre of this arts renaissance. The Clark Memorial windows constitute perhaps the finest complete, in situ collection of Glasgow stained glass anywhere, and are cited by authorities on the subject as the best of their type.
Views and descriptions of each of the stained glass windows can be found in the “Photographs” section.