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Stained Glass Committee Update

Thanks to generous contributions from our parish, we achieved our fund-raising goal for the new Jones-Daniels window in less than four weeks.
In order for the new Jones-Daniels panel to be built, the current Tuttle-Lee panel will need to be removed and shipped to the Willet-Hauser studio. This is due to the Committee’s commitment to preservation of the existing panel and a design that calls for roughly half of the original glass to be used within the new panel. Prior to removal, the Parish will hold a de-consecration ceremony. Stay tuned for an announcement within the next few weeks from the Parish Office on that date.
A question on many parishioners minds is, “What will happen to the old panel?”. Based on a recommendation from the Ad-hoc Committee, the Vestry voted recently to create an All Saints’ Historical Exhibit area within the Masterson Library. This Exhibit will display, on a rotational basis, the many historical artifacts, papers, pictures, paintings, and other memorabilia from our Parish’s unique and positive history. The Tuttle-Lee panel will become part of these overall historical holdings. A Parish Historical Committee created that will have the responsibility of curate this exhibit area.
Please contact or email Chip Harris (.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)) with any questions.

To donate click below, select the fund "Stained Glass", then type "Window" in the option box.

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The Rev. Absalom Jones and Jon Myrick Daniels
In Their Own Words






The Rev. Absalom Jones
November, 6, 1746 – February 13, 1818
Episcopal Church Calendar Commemoration Day February 13: Absalom Jones, Priest*
For additional information on The Rev. Absalom Jones (to include
a homily by our Presiding Bishop)...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DT80ehOgtKM
https://www.episcopalchurch.org/lectionary/absalom-jones-priest-1818-0
http://www.aecst.org/index.html
http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/aia/part3/3narr3.html
https://standingcommissiononliturgyandmusic.org/?s=absalom+jones
*Standing Commission on Liturgy and Music of the Episcopal Church



Jonathan Myrick Daniels
March 20, 1939 – August 20, 1965
Episcopal Church Calendar Commemoration Day
August 14: Jonathan Myrick Daniels, Seminarian and Martyr*
For additional information on Jonathan Myrick Daniels (to include
a full-length PBS documentary, NPR story, and a homily from our
Presiding Bishop)...
https://vimeo.com/14117023
https://www.npr.org/2015/08/20/433257680/50-years-ago-a-white-seminarian- gave-his-life-to-the-civil-rights-movement
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vgCecuyJOR8
https://www.episcopalchurch.org/lectionary/jonathan-myrick-daniels-seminarian-and-martyr-1965
https://standingcommissiononliturgyandmusic.org/2010/08/14/august-14-jonathan-myrick-daniels-seminarian-and-martyr-1965/
*Standing Commission on Liturgy and Music of the Episcopal Church


Download a copy of the plan document from the Ad-hoc Stained Glass Committee
Ad-hoc Stained Glass Committee - Plan for New Episcopal Saints within Our "All Saints' Window"
(PDF, April 2018)

To donate click below, select the fund "Stained Glass", then type "Window" in the option box.
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Thanks to generous contributions from our parish, we achieved our fund-raising goal for the new Jones-Daniels window in less than four weeks.
In order for the new Jones-Daniels panel to be built, the current Tuttle-Lee panel will need to be removed and shipped to the Willet-Hauser studio. This is due to the Committee’s commitment to preservation of the existing panel and a design that calls for roughly half of the original glass to be used within the new panel. Prior to removal, the Parish will hold a de-consecration ceremony. Stay tuned for an announcement within the next few weeks from the Parish Office on that date.
A question on many parishioners minds is, “What will happen to the old panel?”. Based on a recommendation from the Ad-hoc Committee, the Vestry voted recently to create an All Saints’ Historical Exhibit area within the Masterson Library. This Exhibit will display, on a rotational basis, the many historical artifacts, papers, pictures, paintings, and other memorabilia from our Parish’s unique and positive history. The Tuttle-Lee panel will become part of these overall historical holdings. A Parish Historical Committee created that will have the responsibility of curate this exhibit area.
Please contact or email Chip Harris (.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)) with any questions.

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