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Windows designed by Charles Stevenson.
Glass work by local stained glass artisans Larry and Margo Brookins.
Handcarved wood frames and pediments were done by Bob Collier of Mendocino.
Windows - 1974/1984 - The stained glass windows replace the original amber glass double-hung sash and some leaded multi-light panes. They were all designed by nationally-acclaimed, local artist Charles Stevenson. He made full size paintingswhich served as "cartoons" or work plans and which are, through the artist's generosity, now hung in Larsen Hall. All glass work was accomplished locally by stained glass artisans Larry and Margo Brookins - who crafted every window. The handcarved wood frames and pediments were done by Bob Collier of Mendocino.
All but four of the eleven windows depict a vigorous and athletic Angel, Michael, in various attitudes of praise and benediction. The Narthex pane shows the Infant Christ and was dedicated one Christmas Eve. The pair of Angels in the Altar Sanctuary windows are swinging golden censors. Note the unusual handling of the free-hanging panes with wings and billows of incense made separately and applied front and back in an impressive composition. The latest window is in the South facade and shows four angels showering us with stars.