DbyD-7302

These Gothic Arched Stained Glass Windows were designed, built, re-framed, and installed by Doors By Decora for St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Selma, Alabama. These windows have painted Crests with Religious Symbols in them. We also built, stained, and finished most of the interior Mahogany doors in this church.

St. Paul's Parish was established in 1838 and the first sanctuary was burnt to the ground in the Battle of Selma by the Union Army. The present Sanctuary was built in 1875 and is on the National Historic Register. It has many valuable old stained glass windows in its sanctuary. Noted artist and former parishioner Clara Weaver Parrish designed several of these windows which were built by Tiffany Studios in New York where she worked after leaving Selma.

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Church stained glass window.