Zion Lutheran Church
|Front Window||Jesus' ascension. "I will come again."|
|Jesus receives the children. "Baptize all nations."|
Left Top: "In the year of our Lord, 1517." Luther nails the 95 theses to the door of the Castle Church in Wittenburg.
Left Bottom: Henry Melchior Muehlenberg, the father of Lutheranism in the United States; Carl Walther, father of confessional Lutheranism in the United States.
Middle Top: Alpha and Omega lying on top of an open Bible; St. Paul; "Preach the Word."
Middle Bottom: St. Bonifacius, the missionary who brought Christianity to Germany.
Right Top: Luther's coat of arms; Luther burning the Pope's letter of excommunication.
Right Bottom: Philip Melanchthon, Luther's closest co-worker; John Huss, a forerunner of the Reformation .
|Back Window||Jesus showing mercy by healing people. "Come to me all ye that labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest" (Matthew 11:28). This pictures the complete healing Jesus will give his people on the last day.|
|Nave and Back
Top Row: Faith, Hope, Love.
Bottom Row: Christmas, Easter, Pentecost
Rear Entry Window: A local symbol called a "hodag," generally associated with evil. He is being pierced with the sword of the truth.
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