New Book Marks 150 Years of History at St. Paul's

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As part of the 150th anniversary celebration of St. Paul’s Church, Macon, a new book has been published highlighting the church’s history with special emphasis on its stained glass windows.

Since 1869, St. Paul’s Church members have glorified God in worship spaces enhanced by an eclectic collection of the finest in stained glass windows. In the beginning, a magnificent round window helped transform a rude antebellum warehouse into a sacred space. The beautiful Gothic Revival-style church building, occupied in 1884, is graced by a remarkable trio of authentic Tiffany & Co. windows along with fine examples of Victorian-era art glass by English and German designers. The historic Beckwith Chapel in the nearby parish house is now filled with an exceptional array of modern stained glass. Full-color photos of all windows are included.

For mail orders, please include a donation of $30 per book to cover shipping costs. Please write “Windows book” on the “For” line of your check. Send your request to the church office, 753 College Street, Macon, GA 31201. For more information, please call 478-743-4623.