is the colour of Saint John and the Eagle is his symbol as an
evangelist. The fall was gifted by the women's group of the
church to celebrate their fiftieth anniversary. A Golden Eagle,
to represent Saint John and the number fifty, flies adjacent
to the sun made up of a yin-yang symbol, half of which makes
up a paisley the unit in textile design of the Paisley Pattern
which made the town famous.
white fall, which is part of the "waterworks" series,
shows a cascade of water represented by three dimensional
silver and white embroidery on silver and coloured nets.
The water flows into a silver chalice to represent communion
and also the poisoned chalice from which Saint John drank.
The poison transformed into a snake and slithered away. This
can be seen on the base line of the chalice.