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Our Lady of Grace, Dearborn Heights, Michigan

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Building Name: Webberville United Methodist Church

City: Webberville

Window Shape: 3 (arched)

Date of Window: 1976

Subject/Title of Window: Ornamental

Brief Description of Subject: The stained glass window to your right as you enter the church is dedicated to the Bement Family. Ella Bement Foreman very graciously gave the information which ensues. Lewis Bement was a dairy farmer. As a result, he seemed to always have some work to be done and did not take time to go to church on Sunday morning. After his health failed and he was forced to retire from farming, he began attending church regularly. However, his children always went to Sunday School and later joined the church. Some of us taught Sunday School classes, served on the Administrative Board and Lois, Cleo and Silas sang in the choir and quartet. Today, in 1987, Ella, (now deceased) Lena, Lois, Louie and Silas are members here and take an active part in promoting the Lord’s work. Ilah Mae and Cleo are members of the Fowerlville United Methodist Church and o their work for the church there. Helen is married to a minister who had a church in Indiana and now in northern MI. Brother Bob is a member of the United Methodist Church in Burton, MI. Juanita, sister, and husband Wayland Haskill were members of St. Katherine’s Episcopal, but had transferred their membership to the Espiscopal Church in New Port Richey, FL before their deaths. Mildred Hawley is a member of the Calvary Baptist Church in Webberville. May the Bement family always be found faithfully serving the Lord.

Inscriptions: The Bement Family

Condition of Window: Good

Height: 79”

Width: 37 1/2”

Type of Glass and Technique: Opalescent Glass


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