As mentioned yesterday, here are most of the remaining stained glass windows inside St. Peter's. The church is listed as an Evangelical Lutheran church- that question came up in the previous post. St. Peters has over a century of history, dating back to 1910 as a congregation. The first church was built a few blocks from here on Lyon (and has a curious repurposing today as a salon-spa). The present church on Cathedral Hill dates back to 1954, and is done in an English Gothic style.
Absolutely beautiful! Thanks for showing these.ReplyDelete
A beautiful series of windows. Such wonderful color!ReplyDelete
Your new header photo is wonderful.
Beautiful stained glass windows !.ReplyDelete
A great series, I really love stained glass windows!ReplyDelete
That's quite funny about the first church being re-purposed as a salon-spa.ReplyDelete
Stunning stained glass work William and especially lovely with soft lighting.ReplyDelete
Wonderful to see all these colorfull stained glass windows in a row.ReplyDelete
That is a lot of very beautiful stained glass. Makes for some nice colors when the sun's shining!ReplyDelete
Those stained glass windows are always so beautiful to watch from the inside of a church.ReplyDelete
I'd like to see that church/spa. :-)ReplyDelete
Those are beautiful stained glass windows. Lots of bright colors!ReplyDelete
as a huge fan of stained glass windows, I am very impressed with these ones.ReplyDelete
Those are very nice stained glass windows, a slightly modern style about them.ReplyDelete
an artform all to itself.ReplyDelete
These all would have kept my attention during LONG, boring sermons as a kid. It's storytime...ReplyDelete
Wonder who made the windows. Wonder if they were made with BLENKO glass.ReplyDelete
superbe serie, ils sont magnifiquesReplyDelete
Wow, the stained glass in this church is spectacular.ReplyDelete
Stained glass work is one of my favorites.ReplyDelete
@Linda: you're welcome.ReplyDelete
@Halcyon: the glasswork was beautifully done.
@Parsnip: thank you!
@VP: so do I.
@Dina: I keep meaning to photograph it.
@Dianne: it tends to be tricky photographing stained glass, but this time it worked.
@Jan: I certainly think so.
@Lowell: it really does!
@Marianne: they are.
@Revrunner: I'll definitely have to photograph it.ReplyDelete
@Tamago: yes, they're well cared for, obviously.
@Gill: so am I.
@Furry Gnome: they would be more modern, since the church isn't that old, and they do have themes to them, such as the music window.
@Birdman: the church I attended growing up didn't have these at all.
@Janis: I've never heard of Blenko glass!
@Olivier: thank you!
@Sharon: I think so too.
@Red: mine too.
Stunning and so beautifully shown here William.ReplyDelete
Just gorgeous! Great showcase, William!ReplyDelete
It draws my eye with the candy colored panes.ReplyDelete
they really are amazing!ReplyDelete
@Linda: thank you.
@Judy: I certainly think so.
@Eve: mine too.
@Tanya: they are!
These are beautiful!ReplyDelete
If these photos are anywhere near the coloring of the actual windows, they are amazing!ReplyDelete
They are quite lovely!ReplyDelete
This collection is superb! Imagine finding all these beautiful stained glass windows in one place. Brilliant!ReplyDelete
These windows are awe-inspiring, William. Thanks for sharing them with us. And thanks for your good wishes for my surgery.ReplyDelete
awesome. glad you did share with us. happy times. ( ;ReplyDelete
@Norma: thank you!ReplyDelete
@Cheryl: they certainly are amazing.
@Ciel: that appears to be the consensus.
@Lauren: it's a lovely sanctuary, and these windows are suited to it.
@Lynette: you're most welcome.
@Beth: thank you!
Wonderful windows William, they really are works of art...ReplyDelete
They really are beautiful. So much detail!ReplyDelete
Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful!ReplyDelete
Nice and colorful.ReplyDelete
Beautiful. The three panels in the final shot were an unexpected switch.ReplyDelete
So bright and fresh!ReplyDelete
So beautiful !!!ReplyDelete
The colours and details are great!ReplyDelete
Wow. If those were made into a digital puzzle, I would enjoy that.ReplyDelete
These windows are gorgeous. Interesting contrast with the simplicity of today's windows.ReplyDelete
@Geoff: they are.ReplyDelete
@Mari: I agree.
@Randy: yes indeed.
@Kay: they are indeed.
@Orvokki: thank you.
@Karl: that they are.
@EG: most definitely.
@Whisk: that could get complex.
@Jack: that's true.