Woodbury commissions stained glass window

Woodbury (Pa.) Church of the Brethren has received a new stained-glass piece made by local artists, according to an article in the Huntingdon Daily News.

“Dion Dillon and CJ Ray of Djday’s Stained Glass in Tyrone completed the commissioned piece this spring after approximately two years,” the article said. “I was thrilled to death in the end,” Dillon told the paper. “It’s the first stained glass window they have.”

The article reported that “an elementary school teacher local to Woodbury drew up an idea of the elements the church wanted in the window, then Dillon and Ray turned those ideas into a pattern they could work with, chose colors and glass, and cut pieces including the tiny individual ovals to create the wheat grain.” The interior window will hang between the vestibule and the sanctuary.

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Man holding stained glass window with wun, dove, cross, grapes, bread and cup, basin and town, fish in water, wheat
New stained glass window at Woodbury Church of the Brethren. Photo courtesy of Woodbury Church of the Brethren.
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