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Building Name: St. Thomas a'Becket Church

Studio Name: Hall, (Sarah) Studio

City: Canton

Date of Window: 2000

Subject/Title of Window: Pentecost

Brief Description of Subject: The three Triangular dormer windows are an expression of Graceā€”in the past, present and future of the Church. The North window (red) represents Pentecost, when Mary and the Apostles were filled with the Holy Spirit. This marks a beginning for the Church. The windows were designed, full-sized and hand painted by Sarah Hall with technical assistance and installation by Helga and Norbert Sattler. Lamberts full antique glass was used exclusively with traditional glass paints for the windows. All of the work was done in Canada.

Height: 8'

Width: 8'

Type of Glass and Technique: Antique or Cathedral Glass, Lead Came, Silver Stain

Pentecost
Pentecost

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