St. Paul’s has more than 80 stained glass windows, including works by Wright Goodhue; Tiffany; Reynolds, Francis and Rohnstack; Willet Studios; J. G. Rey and Associates; and Rowan LeCompte. This overview of the windows begins with the large window above the High Altar and proceeds clockwise in the nave.
Thanks to parishioner Gordon McBryde for the images of the windows .
Windows 1 – 13 below. (North wall of nave )
Windows 14 – 24 (Balcony area)
Windows 25 -31 (South wall of nave)
Windows 32-57 (Clerestory – upper level in nave)
Windows 58-66 (Other locations)
Windows 67-82 (Chapel and hallway)
Click on the image of the window to find out more about it.
The windows in the chancel and beside the side altar celebrate clergy, music, and the missionary saints.
Above the side altar are Mary and Martha of Bethany.
The large window on the north wall of the transept near the side altar portrays the life of St. Paul, our patron saint, from his conversion to missionary journeys. It was designed and fabricated by Reynolds, Francis and Rhonstock of Boston.
On the North wall are scenes from the life of Jesus. They run chronologically from the back of the church toward the transept. (From right to left above)
Click on links below to see additional windows.