Stained Glass Projects

Places of Worship

Stained glass came of age in cathedrals that began rising across Europe in the 11th and 12th centuries. Since Gothic times, the definition of place of worship has broadened considerably. Here you’ll see examples ranging from formal Catholic, Protestant, Jewish and Buddhist churches, temples and synagogues to a chapel in an Irish castle in Texas to a maximum security prison chapel. As diverse as these projects may be, every one of them share LIGHT as the perfect symbol for spiritual growth and enlightenment.