WindowBuilding Name: Adrian College Chapel
Studio Name: Willet Hauser Architectural Glass
Window Shape: 2 (rectangle)
Date of Window: 1964
Subject/Title of Window: John Wesley
Brief Description of Subject: The eight south windows represent the development of Protestantism, with emphasis on the Methodist Church and Methodist higher education at Adrian College John Wesley’s (1703-1891 A.D.) “hour of decision” on evening of May 24, 1738 while attending a Moravian service in Aldersgate Street. Three figuires in upper portion: Jacobus Arminius, who influenced Wesley theologically, Charles Wesley writing music, and George Whitefield, preaching. Lower left: globe of world and Wesley’s clock pointing to a quarter to nine. The dominating theme is Wesley’s “hour of decision” on May 24, 1738. While attending a Moravian service that evening in Aldergate Street, Wesley later wrote “about a quarter to nice, I felt my heart strangly warmed.” The three figures in the upper portion of the window are Jacobus Arminius, who influenced John Wesley theologically,Charles Wesley wrtiting music, and George Whitefield, Preaching. At the lower left are the globe of the world and Wesley’s clock pointing to a quarter of nine.
The MSGC is a constantly evolving database. Not all the data that has been collected by volunteers has been sorted and entered. Not every building has been completely documented.
All images in the Index are either born-digital photographs of windows or buildings or are scans of slides, prints, or other published sources. These images have been provided by volunteers and the quality of the material varies widely.
If you have any questions, additions or corrections, or think you can provide better images and are willing to share them, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org