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Jos Fauxtographee Realistic – St. Pauls AnglicOld Rock Church in New Zealand Inside With its Magnificent Stained Glass Windows – Coffee Gift Baskets – Coffee Gift Basket

Jos Fauxtographee Realistic – St. Pauls AnglicOld Rock Church in New Zealand Inside With its Magnificent Stained Glass Windows – Coffee Gift Baskets – Coffee Gift Basket

  • Includes: 15oz mug
  • 4 soft coasters
  • 5 – 2oz bags of gourmet coffee
  • 2oz of each: French Vanilla, Kenya AA, Decaf Colombian Supremo, Chocolate and Italian Roast Espresso
  • 1 Biscotti cookie

St. Pauls AnglicOld Rock Church in New Zealand Inside With its Magnificent Stained Glass Windows Coffee Gift Basket is great for any occasion. This elegantly presented gift box comes with a 15oz mug, a biscotti cookie, 5 blends of gourmet coffee and includes a BONUS set of 4 soft coasters. Coffee selection includes French Vanilla, Kenya AA, Decaf Colombian Supremo, Chocolate and Italian Roast Espresso, sure to please a variety of coffee coinsures. All packaged in our signature 9″ x 9″ x 4″ black box.

List Price: $ 54.99

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St. Pauls AnglicOld Rock Church in New Zealand Inside With its Magnificent Stained Glass Windows – 8×8 Inch Quilt Square

St. Pauls AnglicOld Rock Church in New Zealand Inside With its Magnificent Stained Glass Windows – 8×8 Inch Quilt Square

  • Square dimension: 8″ L x 8″ W, image dimension: 6″ L x 6″ W
  • 100% cotton; image is soft to touch
  • Edges have pinking shear cut
  • Image will not fade with washing.
  • Image not a transfer, part of material

St. Pauls AnglicOld Rock Church in New Zealand Inside With its Magnificent Stained Glass Windows Quilt Square is a great way to create, showcase and remember a meaningful moment. Overall size is 10″ x 10″ with 7.5″ x 7.5″ image. Made of 100% cotton that will not fade with washing.

List Price: $ 12.99

Price: $ 8.99

Welcome to Our Church Greeting Card with Cross, Stained Glass Card

Welcome to Our Church Greeting Card with Cross, Stained Glass Card

5 x 7 inch premium quality folded paper greeting card. Scripture / Religious greeting cards & photo cards are available at Greeting Card Universe. Show your loved ones you care with a custom paper card to make the occasion memorable. Allow Greeting Card Universe to handle all your Scripture / Religious card needs this year. This paper card includes the following themes: welcome, church, and christian. Greeting Card Universe has the best Christianity cards to celebrate the occasion.

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Boston – Back Bay: Trinity Church – Stained Glass Window

Boston – Back Bay: Trinity Church – Stained Glass Window
Trinity Church
Image by wallyg
Trinity Church’s stained glass collection is one of the finest in the nation with examples from most of the major American and European stained glass stuios of the nineteenth century. With the exception of one window, the church contained only clear glass windows at tits consecration. Twenty four figurative windows followed within five years. Today thirty-six windows line the walls of Trinity church, including four designed by Edward Burne-Jones and executed by William Morris and another four designed by John La Farge, who used a revolutionary style of layering opalescent glass.

Trinity Church, at 206 Clarendon Street, was built from 1873 to 1876 by Henry Hobson Richardson. The Episcopal parish, founded in 1733, originally worshipped on Summer Street until it was destroyed in the Great Fire of 1872. Under the direction of Rector Phillips Brooks, Hobson was commissioned to design a replacement in Copley Square. Trinity Church helped establish Richardson’s reputation, becoming the birthplace and archetype of the Richardsonian Romanesque style, characterized by a clay roof, polychromy, rough stone, heavy arches, and a massive tower.

The building’s plan is a modified Greek Cross with four arms extending outwards from the central towner, which stands 211 ft tall. Situated in Copley Square, which was originally a mud flat, Trinity rests on some 4500 wooden piles, each driven through 30 feet of gravel fill, silt, and clay, and constantly wetted by a pump so they do not rot if exposed to air. Its interior murals, which cover over 21,500 square feet were completed entirely by American artists. Richardson and Brooks decided that a richly colored interior was essential and turned to an at the time unknown John La Farge.

In 2007, Trinity Church was ranked #25 on the AIA 150 America’s Favorite Architecture list.

Trinity Church National Register #70000733 (1970)

Boston – Back Bay: Trinity Church – Stained Glass Window

Boston – Back Bay: Trinity Church – Stained Glass Window
Trinity Church
Image by wallyg
Trinity Church’s stained glass collection is one of the finest in the nation with examples from most of the major American and European stained glass stuios of the nineteenth century. With the exception of one window, the church contained only clear glass windows at tits consecration. Twenty four figurative windows followed within five years. Today thirty-six windows line the walls of Trinity church, including four designed by Edward Burne-Jones and executed by William Morris and another four designed by John La Farge, who used a revolutionary style of layering opalescent glass.

Trinity Church, at 206 Clarendon Street, was built from 1873 to 1876 by Henry Hobson Richardson. The Episcopal parish, founded in 1733, originally worshipped on Summer Street until it was destroyed in the Great Fire of 1872. Under the direction of Rector Phillips Brooks, Hobson was commissioned to design a replacement in Copley Square. Trinity Church helped establish Richardson’s reputation, becoming the birthplace and archetype of the Richardsonian Romanesque style, characterized by a clay roof, polychromy, rough stone, heavy arches, and a massive tower.

The building’s plan is a modified Greek Cross with four arms extending outwards from the central towner, which stands 211 ft tall. Situated in Copley Square, which was originally a mud flat, Trinity rests on some 4500 wooden piles, each driven through 30 feet of gravel fill, silt, and clay, and constantly wetted by a pump so they do not rot if exposed to air. Its interior murals, which cover over 21,500 square feet were completed entirely by American artists. Richardson and Brooks decided that a richly colored interior was essential and turned to an at the time unknown John La Farge.

In 2007, Trinity Church was ranked #25 on the AIA 150 America’s Favorite Architecture list.

Trinity Church National Register #70000733 (1970)

Holy Trinity Church, Stratford-upon-Avon – Stained glass window

Holy Trinity Church, Stratford-upon-Avon – Stained glass window
Trinity Church
Image by ell brown
This is the Holy Trinity Church in Stratford-upon-Avon. It is the site where William Shakespeare and close members of his family are burried inside.

It is in Old Town near a bank of the River Avon.

2010 is the 800th anniversary of the present building which dates to 1210.

Information from a leaflet I was given after paying £1.50 to go to the section to view Shakespeare’s Grave.

There has been a church on this site since at least 713 when a Saxon monastery was built here. The present building dates from 1210, with the oldest sections being the tower, transepts and nave pillars. The North and South aisles were added in the 1300s and the Chancel in the late 1400s.

The Church of the Holy Trinity is a Grade I listed building.

Church; collegiate status from 1415 to 1547. Anglo-Saxon
origins; possibly C12 work in early C13 tower, remodelled in
early C14; early C13 transepts; early to mid C14 nave arcades
and aisles; 1580s chancel; 1590s nave clerestory and north
porch; 1763 spire by W Hiorn of Warwick; restored by William
Butterfield, 1850s; by Bodley and Garner, 1888-92 and 1898.

Church of the Holy Trinity, Stratford – Heritage Gateway

As I was here, thought I might as well go inside and see Shakespeare’s Grave.

Stained glass window near the door. This area is called The Font.