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1. Citadel of Faith Covenant Church, Detroit

When Citadel of Faith Covenant Church bought the abandoned St. Dominic Catholic Church in the inner city of Detroit the buildings in the church complex had been empty for several years. The stained glass had been removed long ago and replaced with an ugly assortment of colored glass, plastic and wood.

As part of the remodeling and restoration of the building David Wixon & Associates, Inc., is volunteering to donate new inspirational glass throughout the entire church as a gift from Willow Creek Community Church, South Barrington, IL.

This is a picture of the Wixon Art Glass crew replacing some of the old colored glass with new stained glass.

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