Picking up where I left off yesterday, this is the stained glass window hanging over the east end of Knox Presbyterian, above the altar. Its theme is the early life of Christ, and its glass contains religious symbols tied to the New Testament. Scottish artist William Wilson designed this window, which was installed in 1955.
The stained glass window on the west end of the church looms over the balcony area. It was installed in 1968, and again designed by Wilson. He dictated its design to aides- at this point in his life he had lost his vision. It takes as its theme the Book of Revelations- the Holy Trinity can be seen on it, as well as the Four Horsemen at the right.
Here we have the view from the balcony down onto the sanctuary below. The church is named for John Knox, as is so often the case with Presbyterian churches, as he founded the church as a Protestant reformer in Scotland.
There is a small sitting area off the balcony near the staircases to descend down to ground level.
And I finish with a last view of the sanctuary.