Church stained glass, Denver worshippers know, has a long and vibrant history in churches, chapels, and cathedrals across the city and across the country. Here at Denver Stained Glass, we are always honored and excited to get a commission from any area church. We are proud to be a part of this incredible tradition of religious stained glass that dates back to the Middle Ages.
These days, when it comes to church stained glass in Denver, each congregation and each church have their own ideas as to how the stained glass should look. That is why we work one on one with each church to develop custom designs.
Traditionally, church stained glass told a story or gave a message, usually from the Old or New Testament. But today’s church stained glass, Denver churchgoers know, can be a traditional scene or something abstract, contemporary, and wholly modern. It all depends on the desires of the church members and sometimes, the denomination or even the style and architecture of the church itself.
Our designers can create any custom design from the elaborate biblical retelling to the modern and much more simple dove or olive branch. Which is right for your church? You’ll have to decide. But working together with our church stained glass Denver designers, you can explore many options until you come up with the perfect design or symbology that fits.
If you would like to see some of the many pieces of church stained glass Denver churches and other area churches have commissioned from us in the past two decades, please click here. You will notice the wide variety of colors, styles, sizes, and degrees of detail in these photos. By the way, click on any of the thumbnail photos to see an enlargement better showing the detailed workmanship.
With our custom designed church stained glass, Denver and other Colorado churches are receiving a one of a kind, hand crafted product that is built and installed to last for many generations to come.
We also offer religious stained glass repair and restoration services to any Denver area church, chapel, cathedral, or other house of worship that has aging or damaged stained glass. Big, heavy stained glass windows can become damaged over time from the pull of gravity and the effects of the elements. By the time church stained glass is about one hundred years old, it might be a good candidate for restoration. We advise clients to contact us at the first sign of cracking or falling out pieces of glass, or windows that appear to be sagging or bowing inward.
For more information or to set up a no-cost appointment with one of our talented stained glass designers, please contact us today. We would be honored to earn your business.