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Building Name: Carleton United Methodist Church

Studio Name: Hopfensperger Stained Glass and Sculpture Studios

City: Carleton

Window Shape: 2 (rectangle)

Date of Window: 1998

Subject/Title of Window: Worship Window

Brief Description of Subject: Four panels make up the windows showing components involved in worship, prayer, the word, community and music. Prayer is portrayed my praying hands. The word is represented by the Bible. The community is represented by embraced hands. The flesh colors speak to us of a Gospel that overcomes racism and cultural boundaries. The music window represents the hymns has been the key to worship because they can sway the coldest of hearts. Music can bring tears to our eyes or can make our soul rejoice. Represented in this window is a trumpeting angel reminding us that heaven is a place of music

Height: 10’ 8 1/2”

Width: 6’

Type of Glass and Technique: Slab or Faceted Glass (Dalle de Verre)

Worship Window
Worship Window

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