This window depicts the Savior as the Good Shepherd. He is holding a lamb in his arms as he advances along a mountain path.
"I am the good shepherd. The good shepherd lays down his life for the sheep."
Jesus compared himself to a shepherd, since shepherds were common and familiar in his community. He called his disciples and followers "sheep of his flock." In this window the shepherd is holding a staff, which was used to rescue the sheep from danger and to fend off wolves. Jesus the Good Shepherd has the power to protect and encourage, to lead and direct. Those who are sheltered in His arms are safe from the wolves of life. Those sheep/individuals who have strayed away to the wild mountains and deep valleys will not perish. The Good Shepherd will search tirelessly until he finds his own and brings them home.
Jesus promised: "My sheep hear my voice and I know them and they follow me; and I give them eternal life, and they shall never perish, and no one shall snatch them out of my hand."
It is the Good Shepherd who writes the names in the Book of Life which is depicted in the upper half of this window.
The Craig Window was a gift of Mrs. A.M. Davidson in memory of Neville B. Craig (1787-1863) and Jane Fulton (1780-1852).