The Gold Angel Window
The Gold Angel Window was given by George and Eileen Bishop in loving memory of her mother. This angel is symbolic of the major feasts of the liturgical year (Christmas, Easter, etc.) which are celebrated with gold vestments and adornments. The angel holds a crown for both kingship of Christ and the crowns of the saints. The sunrays are the “shekinah glory” of God. The rose is of personal significance to the woman in whose memory the window was given, but in general Christian terms represents the Messianic promise, standing for both the Lord’s mother, the Virgin Mary, and the humanity of Jesus.
“They cast their crowns before the throne, singing ‘Worthy art Thou, our Lord and God, to receive glory and honor and power for Thou did create all things, and by Thy will they existed and were created’.” Revelation 4
       

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