The window is the bequest of Selwyn Lloyd and his surviving sisters, Dorice (Shone) and Rachel (Clayton) in memory of their parents, John Wesley Lloyd and Mary Rachel Lloyd. It is a contemporary representation of the Good Samaritan. It uses richly coloured glass and simple design to illustrate the story. It was designed by Carter Preston who was responsible for the windows in Liverpool Cathedral. The Trustees of the church requested that the window be “as bright as possible”.  The design was declared “perfectly satisfactory” and was unveiled on 31st July 1960. The Samaritan carries the injured man, echoing images of the descent from the cross. The heads of two other men are visible behind the Samaritan, the men who did not stop to help. The bright robes of the Samaritan dominate the window contrasting boldly with the horse by which he stands.