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.

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Angel of the Lord, from the Tiffany Studios, 1915.

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The deep contrasting colors of this daisy really make it pop.

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Burning torches of faith: a section of a larger window.

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Franklin Evan’s memorial window, marking the 75th anniversary of the church.

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The symbol of the anchor was used by early Christians in the catacombs, reminding us here of hope.

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Another Tiffany window, this one depicting Jesus and the woman at the well.

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Early example of hand painted window designs.  The lily is the symbol of immortality.

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