a memorial, filled with richly colored glass, illustrating scenes from the Old Testament and events in the life of our Saviour.
The subjects, of which there are three groups, are as follows, beginning at the north:—
Isaac Carrying the Wood for Sacrifice, The Finding of Moses, The Child Samuel, Elijah Raising the Widow's Son, The Young Princes Before Nebuchadnezzar, The Nativity of Christ, Adoration of the Magi, Presentation in the Temple, Amongst the Doctors, The Cottage at Nazareth, Christ Blessing Little Children, Raising Jairus' Daughter, Raising the Widow's Son, The Youthful Timothy, and His Teachers, St. John With Children.
These windows were placed in memory of:
|Cynthia M. Ames,||1880.|
|John W. Firth,||1887.|
|Edward S. Church,||1869.|
|E. I. and W. I. Ingersoll,||1880.|
|Sarah Jane Haskell,||1879.|
|Margaret G. Hutchins,||1876.|
|Frank K. Hall,||1868.|
|Eugene B. Parsons,||1883.|
|Robert C. Kummer,||1899.|
|Charles E. Kummer,||1899.|
|George F. Fuller,||1886.|
The altar furniture consists of a cross and vases of brass, altar desk and service book, credence table at right of altar.
The sanctuary, which is tiled, contains also a bishop's chair and chair for clergy, and is separated from the choir by a brass railing.
The choir is furnished with black walnut seats and chairs and desks for clergy.
A stone screen about three feet in height separates the choir from the nave.
The pulpit, on the north side of the chancel is of black walnut, octagonal in shape, with buttressed sides and Gothic panels.
The lectern, of polished brass and exquisite workmanship, is memorial.
has this inscription: ‘A Thank Offering from Mary G. Hutchins
A. D. 1872.’ On festival days the chancel is further adorned with a handsome rood-screen of Gothic pattern.
The choir of the first church consisted of a quartet of male and female voices, including in 1864, Mr. William H. Randall
, Mr. Edwin F. Webber
, Miss Anna Wild
and Mrs. Charles B. Crockett
, who sang to the