The Chancel Window Unveiled
Since their arrival from Germany in the 1860s, the painted glass chancel windows have been a subject of debate within King's Chapel's congregation. Should it remain in its place, be covered with heavy cloth or shutters, or be removed entirely, as several other painted chancel windows have been, since they were first installed in the 1860s? Do the windows infuse our sanctuary with sacred hues, or do the windows clash with the design of the church? Opinions varied widely then, as they still may today. To learn more about their fascinating history, read a sermon - "The Window at King's Chapel" - offered by our Minister Emeritus Carl Scovel on the subject in 1986, by clicking here.