Trinity's Stained-Glass Windows
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During construction in 1917, matching stained-glass windows were installed in the sanctuary of Trinity United Methodist Church. The windows are examples of cathedral glass from the Opalescent Era of glass manufacturing. Gothic architectural elements of ornate columns, towers, arches and spires are included as surrounds to the central amber glass. The architectural elements of the sanctuary and recent restoration of two vent windows will be discussed. We will take a walking tour to view windows in the sanctuary, parlor, and upstairs balcony and chapel.