The theme of the central east window is Praise and Resurrection.
The central composition shows Christ enthroned, surrounded by the elders, while below, Michael, the symbol of courage, backed by the Angel of the Vials and Seals, overthrows Lucifer. Above, figures of the four elements support discs bearing the signs of the zodiac. Across the centre of the window are figures representing the Virgin and 12 saints, including St Thomas of Canterbury, who bears a model of Winchelsea Church. The tracery represents the nine choirs of angels.
The theme of the left hand east window is Birth. The central composition represents the Adoration of the Magi and the Shepherds, above it the Holy Innocents and below it the Annunciation. To the left are Moses and Joshua with the Ark of the Covenant and to the right are David and Isiah. The tracery contains symbols of the theological virtues of faith, hope and charity and the cardinal virtues of justice, prudence, temperance and fortitude.
The theme of the right hand east window is Death and Resurrection. The central composition represents the crucifixion, with the Last Supper below. To the left is the baptism of Christ and to the right Christ appearing to Mary in the Garden. The tracery is based on the vine and shows the Seven Gifts of the Spirit, symbolised by doves.
Completing the east end, the two windows on either side of the Chancel are of Victorian origin and the very small glass, high above the central window, may contain medieval glass.More – South Aisle