The Stained Glass Windows
of St. John's Episcopal Church

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The stained glass windows at St. John's Episcopal Church were created by Charles Jay Connick and Associates of Boston.

Charles J. Connick (1875-1945) was America's most influential and accomplished stain glass artist of the twentieth century.  He described his own career as a series of  'Adventures in Light and Color' - a lifelong process of rediscovering the craft's ancient traditions while, at the same time, exploring new ways to make stained glass a modern art form.

The stained glass windows at St. John's were designed and installed by Connick and his associates over five decades, beginning in 1937 through the generosity of parishioners, friends and their families.  The story of the gradual installation of the windows reflects the perseverance and strength of our Parish community.

This feature will introduce you to each of the Church's twenty-seven windows, in a series featuring a new set of windows every month.  The series will introduce you to each window in the church.  Also available are LINKS to sources of information on Connick & Associates history.  We hope the series will enrich your visits to St, John's Episcopal Church.

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