First United Presbyterian Church

Stained Glass

The stained glass window in Fellowship Hall includes a stylized cross.

Fellowship Hall was used for worship services when the church was first built. Each family was asked to buy chairs for their own family members plus one guest, according to the church history book, and a pulpit was in place beneath the Davies rose window.

FUPC has several more stained glass windows. The ones shown below are no longer in windows. Instead, they are placed on walls with lights behind them taking the place of the sunlight that usually reveals the colors of stained glass.

The stained glass windows from the Central Presbyterian Church were restored in the 20th century, and Hugh Brewer and Harry Vandergriff built frames for them.


These windows are in the hallway of Calvin building, outside of Fellowship Hall.

The other two windows from the old churches are on the west wall of the church.

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