Chapel Window Rennovation

The original chapel windows, now 121 years old are beautiful and irreplaceable. There are a total of 13 windows – 7 between the east and west sides of the chapel, one window on each cloak room, 2 second story windows on the bell tower and 2 chapel interior south end windows. The latter windows referenced actually are closed-up window openings who’s windows were removed at the time of the 1913 renovation when the cloak rooms were added to either side of the bell tower. Since these window openings are large and dramatic (40″w x 12′ h) and occupy a prominent location in the rostrum end of the chapel, it’s our desire to install custom stain glass in the empty window frames. This will really beautify the room. The other objective for the remaining 11 windows is to re-glaze and re-paint the exterior sides of the windows.

The Project

The original chapel windows, now 121 years old are beautiful and irreplaceable. There are a total of 13 windows – 7 between the east and west sides of the chapel, one window on each cloak room, 2 second story windows on the bell tower and 2 chapel interior south end windows. The latter windows referenced actually are closed-up window openings who’s windows were removed at the time of the 1913 renovation when the cloak rooms were added to either side of the bell tower. Since these window openings are large and dramatic (40″w x 12′ h) and occupy a prominent location in the rostrum end of the chapel, it’s our desire to install custom stain glass in the empty window frames. This will really beautify the room. The other objective for the remaining 11 windows is to re-glaze and re-paint the exterior sides of the windows. This project is estimated at $5 to $6,000..