Lancing College Chapel
Lancing Chapel is the largest school chapel in the world, and the fourth tallest ecclesiastical building in the British Isles.

Located on the South side of this south coast landmark, these stained glass windows are a memorial to Bishop Trevor Huddleston; a pupil at Lancing College 1927 – 1931 who went on to minister in Africa. The design tackled the very gritty subject of Apartheid in South Africa.

The acid-etched stained glass represents a chaotic world in a landscape of tin roofs, beneath which lay great poverty but still with a vibrant heart. Within the landscape there are also two cities, one in light and the other in darkness.

The design was inspired by Huddleston's book 'Naught for Your Comfort'. The windows were dedicated by his friend Archbishop Desmond Tutu in May 2006.