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Window: J, Old W door N, St Teresa (RC), Princes Risborough

Location in Church:
Old W door N
1 round window on a lightbox
Christ allowing the children to approach him.
Date Made:
Craftsman - Notes:
Joseph Nuttgens was a Parishioner of St Teresa's church.
Sources for Dates & Craftsmen:
Church Guides
Donated by:
Donations from Parishioners
Makers Mark on Window:
Notes on Window:
This window and another (J) were made to fit inside the clear windows that had filled the original entrance doors to the church. They look out onto the roundabout at the Western end of Princes Risborough High Street.


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Window in Situ, from outside. The stained glass is in a lightbox, which is behind a clear glass window, which was the LH entrance door to the church from 1938 until 1974.
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Window in Situ, from inside, overlooking the roundabout outside.
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Overall View of Glass - Christ said: "Let the little chuildren come to me, and do not stop them, for it is to such as these that the kingdom of heaven belongs." (Matthew 19:14)
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Detail of Centre, with Christ and the children.
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Makers Mark: Joseph Nuttgens 2001.

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