The stain glass windows at Grace Church.

The Wheel Window was erected in loving memory of Sarah E. Pearson by her friends.

The Wheel is a representation of Christ. Around Him in each of the eight divisions is a figure bearing and using a musical instrument. This signified the spreading of the Gospel. Damaged in the 1983 Hurricane Alicia, the window was paoinstaking restored by expert craftsment.

Given in loving memory of my sister Ellen Macgill Swan by Mollie Macgill Rosenberg in 1895.

The Ascension Window was given to the Glory of God on October 8, 1944 by Geraldine and Robert Humphreys.

This replaced the center window above the altar that was destroyed in the 1943 hurricane.

Given in loving memory of my sister Clara Macgill by Mollie Macgill Rosenberg in 1895.

He went down with them and came to Nazareth and was subject unto them.

Given to the Glory of God and in loving memory of Samuel May Williams League.

And they that were ready went in with Him to the Marriage. In loving memory of my mother Sarah D. Shelton and my daughter Marie Lieuez Southwick.

Erected by Julia B. Southwick in 1896.

To visit the fatherless and windows in their affliction, full of good works and almsdeeds which she did. In loving memory of the parents of Henry.

Erected by Mollie Macgill Rosenberg in 1895 for Rudolf and Waldburg Rosenburg of Switzerland.

She sat at Jesus' feet and heard His word. In loving memory of my friends Frances Amelia Hollyday and Columbia Sprigg Bruce.

Erected by Mollie Macgill Rosenberg in 1895.

So God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son. If God so loved us we ought also to love one another.

In loving memory of Mary Macgill, daughter of Rev. James Macgill and great aunt of my father. She reared my Father and his five brothers. Given by Mollie Macgill Rosenberg in 1895.

To the Glory of God and in Loving Memory of our parents: John Woods Harris and Minnie Hutchings Harris.

This 1967 window is a replacement created in Covington, Kentucky by the Riordan Studio.

Suffer the little children to come unto me. To the Glory of God and in loving memory of members of the pioneer Harris Family lost in the 1900 Storm.

Also from the Riordan Studio, Covington, Kentucky, 1967.

Another view of the great Wheel Window with clerestory windows below it.

Clerestory windows are the small windows near the roof of the church.

These windows help to provide natural light.

Each side of the nave has 8 pairs of clerestory windows.

That's a total of 16 pairs, or 32 windows.

Plus the six below the Wheel, for a total of 38 clerestory windows.

That's a lot of stained glass!