We are a full-service studio specializing in new religious stained-glass windows. We also provide stained glass restoration, repair, aluminum frames, and protective storm coverings.
This installation map indicates locations of past window projects. In addition to 37 states, we also have windows in Bolivia, Canada, England, Grenada, Grand Cayman, Haiti, and Liberia
“Words cannot accurately express how overwhelmed I was when I first saw the beauty and majesty of your stained glass works of art for Dallas Baptist University’s Patty and Bo Pilgrim Chapel.”
“My association with Lynchburg Stained Glass was very positive throughout this project and our building committee was extremely pleased with their craftsmanship and execution of the design … I would encourage you to consider Lynchburg Stained Glass for your building project.”
“I thank you, not only for the beautiful finished product, but for the patient professionalism we enjoyed in working with you.”
“The project took 3 months to complete and was worth the wait. The quality of their work is excellent.”
Need a clear visual of what your church’s stained-glass windows could look like? LSG’s Window Customizer allows you to explore dozens of possible combinations of our extremely popular Simple Opalescent style windows! Choose from various layouts, colors, glass types, and medallion symbols to truly begin seeing your vision take shape!
Religious Stained-Glass Windows
Frames and Storm Protection Solutions
Window Frames for Stained Glass
Backlighting Stained Glass
Concordia Seminary hired Lynchburg Stained Glass to design, fabricate, and install 2,100 sq. ft. of new stained glass in their campus chapel, which “stands at the heart and center of Concordia Seminary.” The project included the feature chancel window, transept windows, nave windows, and clerestory windows, altogether comprising a multi-year collaboration. To read the full description and see more images, visit the Concordia Seminary Portfolio Page.
Chancel window, depicting the theme of the resurrection and reign of Jesus Christ.
South transept window.