All Souls’ Mosaic Windows

All Souls’ Mosaic Glass Windows

Designed and executed by Pierre Millous of Chartres, France

dedeicated February 2, 1964

(Windows are listed counterclockwise beginning with the window closest to the pulpit)

 

 

Window 1
Window 1

Window #1:  The Holy Gospel.  St. Peter, St. Paul and the symbols of the four Evangelists:  The man symbolizes St. Matthew, the lion represents St. Mark, the ox represents St. Luke, and the eagle is for St. John.  (Given by Mr. & Mrs John Finegan in thanksgiving for Andrew Bond Finegan)  This window was removed in order to add the doorway to the Chapel of St. Mary.  Now located in the Prayer Chapel in the entry to The Chapel of St. Mary.

Window 2
Window 2

Window #2:  The Book of Common Prayer with the coat of arms of Bishop Seabury, our first Anglican Bishop and the Tower where Bishops Cranmer and Latimer were held before being burned at the stake.  (Given by Mrs. & Mrs. William Hulsey and family in loving memory of William Osborn Hulsey)

Window 3
Window 3

Window #3:  “Blessed are the poor in spirit”  The calling of St. Matthew.  (Given in loving memory of Ruth Bryant Beebe by her friends)

Window 4
Window 4

Window #4:  “Blessed are they that mourn”  The raising of Lazarus (Given in loving memory of Dr. Marvin E. Stout by his daughter, Mrs. Lois Boyle)

Window 5
Window 5

Window #5:  “Blessed are the meek:  The Palm Sunday story of our Lord riding into Jerusalem.  (Given in loving memory of Melville Stuart McEldowney by Mrs. Margaret McEldowney)

Window 6
Window 6

Window #6:  “Blessed are they which do hunger and thirst after righteousness”  Nicodemus coming to Jesus at night. (Given in thanksgiving by the families of George W.  James, James B. Kite, William M. Parker and G. Rainey Williams)

Window 7
Window above glass door

The All Souls’ window above the glass doors portrays the name of our Church.  At the top we see the ship of souls making the safe harbor of Heaven.  On each side of the ship we see the doves of the Holy Spirit guiding it.  Below on the left is the angel of Justice holding the scales and just below him are those in Hell.  On the right hand side we see our Lord on the seat of judgement with those in Heavan just below Him.  (Given in thanksgiving by Mr. & Mrs Donald S. Kennedy)

Window 8
Window 7

Window #7:  “Blessed are the merciful”  Mary Magdalen washing the feet of Christ.  (Given in loving memory of Frederic Thomas Hellar and Grace Hurley Hellar by Mr. & Mrs. Russell Brown)

Window 9
Window 8

Window #8:  “Blessed are the pure in heart”  Christ and the little children.  (Given in thanksgiving by Mr. & Mrs. Jean I. Everest and family)

Window 10
Window 9

Window #9:  “Blessed are the peace makers”  Christ putting down Peter’s sword.  (Given by Mr. & Mrs. John T. Spradling and family in grateful thanksgiving)

Window 11
Window 10

Window #10:  “Blessed are they which are persecuted for righteousness sake”  St. John the Baptist in prison and Christ speaking to his diciple.  (Given in loving memory of Frank M. Porter by his daughters, Mrs. Robert N. Berry and Mrs. S. Newton Stone)

Window 12
Window 11

Window #11:  The patron saint of the Diocese of Oklahoma (St. Crispin on the right) and the patron saint of the oilworkers (St. Barbe on the left) with the shields of All Souls’ Church, the Diocese of Oklahom and the Episcopal Church.  (Given in thanksgiving by Mr. & Mrs. William C. Cheek and family)