Returning today to my Doors Open series, this is Knox Presbyterian Church downtown. The current church building was opened in 1932, and combines influences of Gothic and Norman architecture in its style. It's spartan but inviting inside.
This is the window above the altar, an elaborately colourful work.
The West Window, in the organ loft, was designed by the same stained glass artist, years later- when he was blind. He could see what he wanted it to be in his mind, though, and dictated the design to assistants. The result is stunning.