I was intrigued when I walked past The First United Methodist Church at the Chicago Temple and saw a series of stained glass windows at eye level. This one in particular caught my eye, so I thought I would share it:
The story here is that the third building this church had that was at this location burned down in the Chicago Fire of 1871. The other windows told of other parts of the church’s history. I think this was the first time I have ever seen a fire like this in stained glass.
This post was written in response to Thursday Lingering Look at Windows.