Keystone United Methodist Church in Kansas City, Missouri

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If you have been following my Blog, you know that I have been modifying information about the churches I am including in the Stained Glass project. The Keystone Church has nine glorious windows created by the Gaytee Studios of Minneapolis . The church was constructed in 1926, and the windows were created and installed at the same time. The Keystone page has more information about the scriptural sources, the dedications and other interesting information about the windows. My appreciation to Jim Mordy, Reverend Sample, Traci Keck and all of the folks at Keystone who have been helping me with this project.   This church is located very close to my home. I probably have driven past at least twice a week for over 30 years, but I never entered the building. What a glorious and inspiring space. I hope you enjoy these images. Remember, you can enlarge the image by just clicking on it. Click on this shortcut link to the most recent page for the Keystone United Methodist Church in Kansas City.

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2 Responses to Keystone United Methodist Church in Kansas City, Missouri

  1. Amazing windows. Thank you for sharing these.

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