WindowBuilding Name: First Congregational Church of St. Johns
Studio Name: Hooker (H. M.) Company
City: St. Johns, Michigan
Window Shape: 3 (arched)
Date of Window: 1900
Subject/Title of Window: Faith
Brief Description of Subject: The center panel of the large north window shows a rock surmounted by a cross wound with vines, to symbolize the Crucifixion and Resurrection, as told by the Gospel writers. An overhead banner reads “Faith.” Flanking the center panels of each large window are panels holding torches and lilies, Christian symbols for the Betrayal, Passion and purity of Christ.
H.M. Hooker Co.
Height: 16 1/2 feet
Width: 18 feet
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