Percy Bacon Brothers of London, England crafted this 15-ft x 26-ft chancel window in the early 1900s. The window represents an exquisite example of historical hand-painted stained glass. Settling of the church building over the course of a hundred years caused cracking in the cast-stone window frame, necessitating the removal of the entire window for structural repairs.
While vacated from its original location, the stained glass underwent re-leading restoration at Lynchburg Stained Glass. This process included dismantling, cleaning, and repair of broken pieces, after which the entire window was reassembled. This thorough repair resulted in a “like new” window, using the original glass.