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The church's main requirements for this chapel window were that the window block the view both inside and outside, that it be compatible with the rest of the interior color scheme, that it be as inexpensive as possible and that it be an abstract design. Within these limitations this window representing the Holy Trinity was created. Against the church's decorative scheme of blues and mauves, we depict God through a cascade of colors descending or reaching down to His Church. The white is the uncreated light of God The Father/Creator. The red is the blood of Jesus the Son/Redeemer. The blue is the water of baptism representing the Holy Spirit/Sustainer. The slanted lines rising to meet the cascade conform to the roof line and represent the Church's response to God. The window is the visual highlight of the church's new building. The lower part of it can be seen from the nave through a clear glass wall.

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