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memorial window for Sunday School hallway

This memorial window was given to the church as a gift and is installed in a hallway leading to the church's Sunday School rooms. Based on the words of Jesus in Mark 10:14 it invites the children to come to Him. The diversity of the church is represented in the children in the window.

This window is mounted in an opening that originally held a double hung window that looked out upon an ugly view of the building next door.

We provided and installed the new frame that allowed an undivided scene in the stained glass design. Internally braced and supported by other construction techniques the window is almost 6' tall.

This window is in the Batavia United Methodist Church, Batavia, IL.

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