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Building Name: First Presbyterian Church

Artist Name: Ellen Miret

City: Flint

Window Shape: 3 (arched)

Date of Window: 1990

Subject/Title of Window: God the Holy Spirit

Brief Description of Subject: The East Bay (three lancets) portrays God the Holy Spirit. Here there are three historical character portrayed – St. Francis of Assisi; Frances Makemie, an Irish Bishop sent to the Thirteen Colonies and the organizer of American Presbyterianism; and William Tennent who opened a Log Cabin College to train clergy, which eventually became Princeton University. Designed by Ellen Miret and fabricated by Willet/Hauser Studio.

God the Holy Spirit
God the Holy Spirit
God the Holy Spirit - detail
God the Holy Spirit - detail
God the Holy Spirit - detail
God the Holy Spirit - detail

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