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Learn more about the great south window above the baptistry here.

Grace’s stained glass windows are among our treasures. The Rev. Ernest Shayler conceived the general plan of the windows in 1905, and that program has largely been followed over the years.

Learn more about the baptistry windows here.

Learn more about the windows at the upper level above the seating area here.

The small placards on the windowsills bear the title, manufacturer and date of each window.

Learn more about the windows in the chancel area here.

Learn more about the windows in the vestibules here.

Grace's Stained Glass Windows: Overview

Learn more about the windows at the main level of the seating area here.

  • 2 of our windows are by William Morris & Company of Westminster, England. Morris (1834-1896) was founder of the Arts and Crafts movement in England. The firm that produced these 2 windows is a successor of the great artist’s studio.

  • 4 of our windows are by Charles J. Connick Studios of Boston, including the great south window over the baptistry.

  • 5 of our windows are by J. Wippell & Co., Ltd., founded near Exeter Cathedral in England and now based in New Jersey.

  • 21 of our windows are signed by or attributed to Heaton, Butler, & Bayne of London, a successor firm of William Morris’s studio. They were London’s foremost glass design studio during the European art boom of the late 19th century, which included Gothic revival church architecture.
  • 31 of our windows are by Willett Stained Glass Studios of Philadelphia. Willett’s successor company, Willett Hauser Architectural Glass, is still in operation and has carried out the preservation and restoration of our collection of stained glass windows over the years. It is our hope to continue this ongoing project with them.