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The Birth of Jesus

The nativity story in told in Luke 2 and Matthew 1. In addition, John begins his book with the prologue which includes, "The word became flesh and dwelt among us."

Jesus in the Temple

This window depicts Jesus as a boy of twelve in the Temple, confounding the Jewish teachers with his unusual wisdom. The story may be read in Luke 2:41-52.

Baptism of Jesus

Matthew, Mark, and Luke all tell of the baptism of Jesus by John the Baptist. in Mark 1:11 we read about the Spirit of god coming upon Jesus and a voice from heaven saying, "This is my beloved Son in whom I am well pleased."

Calling of Matthew

This window shows the calling of Matthew, the tax-collector, to be one of the twelve disciples of Jesus. The story can be found in all three synoptic gospels.

Jessing Blessing the Children

This large windows shows the beloved story of Jesus blessing the children. According to Matthew 19:14, He said, "Let the children come unto me, for of such is the Kingdom of Heaven."

Samaratian woman at the Well

This window depicts the story of the Samaritan woman at the well. Jesus confronts her with the truth about herself and about Him. He describes Himself as the Living Water and tells her that anyone drinking from this water would never thirst again.

Jesus Healing the Blind Man

One of Jesus' many healings is shown here with the story of the healing of the blind man. One of thse episodes is found in Luke 9 where the evangelist describes how Jesus healed a man blind from birth.

Garden of Gethsemane

After the last supper with His disciples, Jesus went to the Garden of Gethsemane to pray, asking that his cup of suffering be taken from him. Then he prays, "But not My will but Thine be done." Jesus was arrested shortly after this time apart.

On Trial Before Pontius Pilate

Jesus is shown on trial before Pontius Pilate, Roman governor, who saw no fault in Jesus, but bowed to the will of the crowd in allowing them to crucify Him.

He is Risen

After the death and burial of Jesus, on the morning of the third day, Mary and Mary Magdalene came to the tomb to find an anel there saying, "He is not here. He has risen from the dead, just as He said he would." Matthew 28.

Ascension Window

The large window depicts the Ascension of our Lord as desribed in luke 24 and Acts 1:9.

The Altar Window

The large window behind the altar contains a great deal of Christian symbols, including

Bible, chalice, crosses, doves, crowns, lamps, Alpha and Omega, lily, and font