Church Stained Glass Project: St. Edward’s

Church Stained Glass Project: St. Edward’s

We’re excited to announce the successful completion of our church stained glass project in Pennsylvania. St. Edward’s Church sought out to find a studio to create a memorial stained glass piece in order to honor their late pastor. They wanted a large commemorative piece to replace the window in their observatory overlooking the main street so they could conceal this during their services. The church reached out to many studios across the nation and decided to chose ours for the project.

The Church Stained Glass Design Process for St. Edward’s

Due to the pandemic, we had to host all of the design process electronically. We drew up a variety of different tree of life designs for feedback. During the design finalization process, our painted glass artist overheard Father Rick mention that he’d like to eventually create another stained glass window showing Jesus on the Sea of Gallilee since that was his favorite Bible teaching. We decided to draft up the design and after presenting it, both the Father and church fell in love and chose this design instead. We wanted to add dimension and depth to the design and did so through shading and painting. We also depicted a variety of people with Jesus along with calm water as a symbol of the calm after a storm. Despite some installation challenges with the existing curtain wall, we were able to successfully create one continuous piece.

Work With Fort Worth’s Top Church Stained Glass Contractor

Fort Worth Stained Glass is honored to be the top church stained glass contractor serving the state of Texas and the rest of the nation. After the window was installed, members of the church were brought to tears from amazement. We’re humbled to have had the opportunity to create such a meaningful tribute. For more information, please contact us!


Martin Faith has dedicated his life's career to the study, preservation, and exploration of one of the world's most beautiful and rare forms of art. For the past 30 years, he has been running his stained glass studio based out of Fort Worth, Texas. Martin's company specializes in an array of stained glass styles, ranging from traditional to contemporary, including Mackintosh, Greene & Greene, art nouveau, art deco, prairie, beveled glass, and religious. He has personally overseen numerous restorations for churches during which rare and valuable glass was saved from extinction. Over the years, he and his team have produced over 50,000 stained and leaded glass windows for homes, churches, and buildings in Fort Worth and throughout the continental U.S.

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