Tuesday, January 5, 2016

Stained Glass History and Symbols Subject of Book Talk

OXFORD – Pauline K. Manville will talk about her recent book, Windows of the Word of God on Wednesday, January 27 at 7 p.m. in the Oxford Town Hall Meeting Room.  This event is co-sponsored  by the Friends of the Library in Oxford and the Oxford Historical Society. 
While featuring the windows of St. Peter's Episcopal Church, Oxford, Windows on the Word of God explains the history and symbolism that is shared by stained glass church windows throughout the world.  Mrs. Manville, a retired Oxford school teacher, includes information on the meaning of the various flowers and colors used in the windows, as well as the histories of the local families who contributed them.
All those interested in art history, genealogy and local history will enjoy this free program. Admission is free and refreshments will be provided.  Copies of the book will be available for sale after the talk.  All proceeds of the book sales go towards the St. Peter’s Episcopal Church maintenance fund.
For information, please call Oxford Town Historian Dorothy DeBisschop at 203-910-4574.
(This is a press release from Oxford Town Historian Dorothy DeBisschop)

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