South Congregational Church, Concord, NH
Concord NH’s South Congregational Church was first organized in 1835. After a fire destroyed the original church in 1859, it was rebuilt on it’s present site on Pleasant St. in 1860. My great grandmother was married here in 1914.
Angel of the Lord, from the Tiffany Studios, 1915.
The deep contrasting colors of this daisy really make it pop.
Burning torches of faith: a section of a larger window.
Franklin Evan’s memorial window, marking the 75th anniversary of the church.
The symbol of the anchor was used by early Christians in the catacombs, reminding us here of hope.
Another Tiffany window, this one depicting Jesus and the woman at the well.
Early example of hand painted window designs. The lily is the symbol of immortality.