Gladden Chapel Windows

Photo Credit: Richard Sayre

  • The Good Shepherd, Triptych
    The Good Shepherd, Triptych
  • The Good Shepherd, Triptych 1 close up
    The Good Shepherd, Triptych
  • The Good Shepherd, Triptych close up
    The Good Shepherd, Triptych close up
  • The Good Shepherd, Triptych close up
    The Good Shepherd, Triptych close up
  • The Good Shepherd, Triptych close up
    The Good Shepherd, Triptych close up
  • The Good Shepherd, Triptych close up
    The Good Shepherd, Triptych close up
  • The Good Shepherd, Triptych close up
    The Good Shepherd, Triptych close up
  • The Gladden Chapel
    The Gladden Chapel
  • The Communion table from 1856 building
    The Communion table from 1856 building
  • The Gladden Pulpit from the 1887 building
    The Gladden Pulpit from the 1887 building

The Gladden Chapel

The gift of Emogene Mohaney and Walter B Mahoney in honor of their Father and Mother, Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Mahoney. This window was moved to the 1931 building from the Narthex of the 1887 building on Capital Square. It shows a Pre-Raphaelite influence in its near-photographic perfection. The faces are painted in German style. The Celtic cross in the center section is a likely reference to a family name. The faces are layered, which is usually associated with Tiffany or LaFarge.