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Building Name: Bethesda Christian Church

Artist Name: Harry M. Beall

City: Sterling Heights

Window Shape: 1 (half circle)

Date of Window: 1988

Subject/Title of Window: Salvation Dawn

Brief Description of Subject: At the center of the window is a cross. Encompassing this cross are three rings which represent the trinity; father, son and Holy Spirit. There are rays of light coming from the cross which represent the flow of the love of God toward all mankind. The window also contains lily of the valley and rose of Sharon which are descriptive names given to the lord Jesus Christ.

Condition of Window: Good

Height: 7’6”

Width: 21’

Type of Glass and Technique: Enamel Paint, Lead Came

Salvation Dawn
Salvation Dawn

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