God the Father window, with reflection of the Holy Spirit window, Lutz Haufschild, Places of Worship, Trinity Windows
God the Father window, with reflection of the Holy Spirit window
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God the Father window, with reflection of the Holy Spirit window


  • Trinity Windows: God the Father window at left, with Holy Spirit window at right
  • Trinity Windows: God the Father window, with reflection of the Holy Spirit window
  • Trinity Windows: Holy Spirit Window
  • Trinity Windows: Detail of the Holy Spirit Window
  • Trinity Windows: God the Son Window
  • Trinity Windows: Reflection of the God the Son Window
  • Trinity Windows: One of the small windows on the ground level
  • Trinity Windows: One of the small windows on the ground level
  • Trinity Windows: Small windows showing the Freedom Monuments in Latvia and Estonia
 

The ‘silver’ light of the sun of ancient Latvian poetry is symbolically recreated in the 30 windows of St. Andrew’s Lutheran Church, built in 1871 in the Neo-Gothic style. The theme is the tri-unity of God: one window series symbolizes ‘God the Father’ while another represents ‘God the Son’. The third set of window on the West side of the sanctuary shows God the Holy Spirit. Smaller windows reflect on the history of the Latvian and Estonian parishioners.

Title: 
God the Father window, with reflection of the Holy Spirit window
Location: 
St. Andrew’s Lutheran Church, Toronto, ON, Canada
Artist: 
Lutz Haufschild
Medium: 
Painted, etched and beveled glass
Scope: 
30 windows