The stained glass windows in the sanctuary and chapel surround our worship with reminders of our faith — both Biblical and community.
The windows date from the 1880’s to the 1960’s, with most coming from the 1920’s and 1930’s. Donors included families wishing to honor their loved ones, the Women’s Auxiliary participating in the decoration of the sanctuary, Sunday School classes learning about their church, and the congregation remembering their beloved rector Dr. Tinsley. The windows depict stories from the Bible, memorable examples of faith (particularly the women pictured in the chapel windows) and theological truths.
When the congregation gathers for worship, the colored light streaming in illuminates our connection to those who have gone before and yet share our faith.
Using the links below, you can explore the story of each window, learning about it’s artistry, it’s Biblical or theological content, to whom it was dedicated and who donated it. The pages are organized by the artist/manufacturer. There is also a map showing the location of each window in the sanctuary and chapel.
#1: Nativity (Goodhue) — Tinsley Memorial
#4, 6, 7, 8, 13: Angel of Purity, Angel of Resurrection, Holy Family (Tiffany)
#9-11, 17, 2 & 18: Dorcas, Mary, Gentile Woman of Faith; Te Deum; Good Samaritan; Kingdom of Heaven; Beatitudes and Seven-fold Gifts (Connick)
#3, 5, 12: The Virtuous Woman, Victory, Music (Unknown)
#14, 15, 16: Teacher, Youthful Jesus, Healing Miracles (Heaton, Butler and Bayne)
#19, 20, 21 (Chapel): Mary, Ann and Elizabeth; Hannah and Ruth; Dorcas and Elizabeth (Whitefriars)
- The Virtuous Woman
- Angel of Purity
- Angel of Resurrection
- Holy Family: Joseph
- Holy Family: Jesus
- Dorcas, Mary and Gentile Woman of Faith
- Te Deum
- Good Samaritan
- Holy Family: Mary
- Youthful Jesus
- Healing Miracles
- Kingdom of Heaven
- Seven-fold Gifts of Holy Spirit
- Mary, Ann and Elizabeth
- Hannah and Ruth
- Dorcas and Elizabeth