In 2012, St. John’s Parish, Baildon (UK) unveiled new and decidedly contemporary stained glass windows, commissioned in celebration of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee anniversary. The windows feature “a variety of events during the Queen’s 60 year reign … symbolising the Queen’s role as head of the Church of England and achievements such as Concorde, a satellite and the World Wide Web.”
“The right light contains an open Bible with a crown, symbolic of Queen Elizabeth’s role as Supreme Governor of the Church of England. She is also shown on horseback at the Trooping of the Colour and her favourite Welsh corgis are depicted together with an image of Windsor Castle.”
The windows were designed by Roy Coomber and made by Pendle Stained Glass Ltd.
Quoted portions of this post from the Diocese of Bradford website.