The Psalms

The Psalms, like the book of Revelation, are filled with praise for the deity, so the three tall, narrow windows in close proximity to the Revelation windows, seem appropriate for illustrating them.
The window to the left on entering the main doors represents the hymns of praise.  The window at the top of the stairs depicts probably everyone’s favourite, the 23rd psalm. The window next to the elevator represents the laments.

“Yahweh is my light and my salvation; whom do I need to fear?
Yahweh is the stronghold of my life; of whom do I need to be afraid?”

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23rd Psalm


Psalms of Praise Window

23rd Psalm Window

Psalms of Lament Window


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Praise - To the Glory of God and in thanksgiving for 50 years of Happy Marriage
Joyce and Ted Gittings - Sept. 27, 2002
23rd Psalm - To the Glory of God and in memory of the Reverend Harold R. Cowie, 1931-2002
Lament - To the Glory of God and in memory of Gertrude Elizabeth Hammill, 1937-2003
Remembered with love by John and their family.


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