There are four other picture windows in the church. The east window, depicting Ascension, is dedicated to the memory of Mr D Jennings and his wife who were generous benefactors of the church at the end of the C19. The window on the right as the church is entered is dedicated to the memory of Edward Bewley, a member of the parish who died of
dysentry during the first World War. The picture is that of a knight kneeling before Christ with his sword and shield on the ground. Other windows illustrate the Sermon on the Mount and Christ, the Good Shepherd.
The church has been fortunate in its vicars who have, in the main, remained with the Parish for many years. The present incumbent, the Reverend Norman Robinson, lives in Rosley's new vicarage and is also responsible for the churches in the neighbouring parishes of Thursby, Welton and Westward.
Remembered in Rosley is a publication
created by members of the community in 2005. The book details
all the inscriptions found on headstones in Rosley graveyard
together with those of the people of Rosley who were buried in
Westward cemetery before Holy Trinity was built. Please
publications page for more details.