The stained glass windows at First Congregational Church, Greenwich, CT, show the history of Christianity, from the Apostles to the formation of the United Church of Christ. The stained glass windows show the congregation's history as well. The following black and white photograph of a chapel window shows includes the depictions of church buildings, past and present, plus a commemoration of a Sunrise Service at Greenwich Point.
Another window in the church depicts New England congregational history. Included in these panes are the Pilgrims at Scrooby, their departure from England, the Mayflower Compact, and the Cambridge Synod.
The above photos of the glass were sent to the Congregational Library by Willet Stained Glass Studios in 1963. Color photographs of the glass, with detailed explanations, can be viewed at First Congregational Church's webpage. More photos can be found in our Flickr page.