Originally designed in the 1870’s, the Rose Window at the United Methodist Church was restored in 2007. The unventilated protective glazing that was installed over the window contributed to the deterioration of the stained glass and the wood frame. The stained glass was removed, releaded, reinstalled and extensive wood repairs were performed to the frame. In 2008, the studio began restoring the sanctuary windows.
“The restoration of our stained glass windows has been magical. Thanks to Shalan Stained Glass, they are once again beautiful works of art. When the sun shines through them, they provide the spirituality that was intended at their creation.”
-Ron Turbin, President of the Trustees, United Methodist Church