Stained Glass Windows from Previous Sanctuary Installed

the stained glass windows are beautiful
New, multicolored stained glass window installed in the Living Table sanctuary, with shapes of musical instruments. The faint text reads: Make a Joyful sound Unto the Lord.

The new windows just went in and were enjoyed today.


Two small stained glass windows were chosen to be kept from Living Table’s previous location, so that they could be installed in the New Branches small sanctuary space. These windows were chosen because they represent the music ministry. Last week, a group of helping hands from New Branches partners installed the windows into their new home. As Greg Owen, of Living Table, said of such collaboration, “It’s so nice to be a part of something bigger, and to be able to share resources and labor.”

Folks enjoyed the light streaming through the newly installed windows on the first Sunday of Advent.

stained glass window looks great
New stained glass window installed in the Living Table sanctuary.

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3 thoughts on “Stained Glass Windows from Previous Sanctuary Installed”

  1. By the way, folks – you all see and do big things and small things every week such as what I wrote about in this little post about the stained glass windows. When you are doing what you do with Living Table and New Branches, please snap a picture with your phone.

    Then? Send the picture and a few words about it to someone with an editor account (i.e. Pastor Rachael), so that it can become a blog post like this one. Read more about how you ALL can contribute to this website.

  2. These beautiful windows were right in my line of sight this past Sunday. They are so beautiful and lift me up with their message! Thank you, Greg Owen, and all who helped, for the installation of this gift that will keep on giving day after day.

  3. Anita, I’m glad you were able to appreciate the beauty and brightness of these windows. We lucky to have them and the folx that installed them!


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