DALLAS, TEXAS – April is often seen as a time of renewal, rebirth and new beginnings because nature comes back to life after the cold months of winter. Much like the colors of spring, Stained Glass Unlimited is helping bring new life to a local North Dallas church. The company is a premier provider of Dallas stained glass repair, installation and maintenance services.
Pastor Jum Henvey from The North Dallas Church of the Nazerene contacted Stained Glass Unlimited with a request to update the stained glass in the church. He had a vision for how he wanted his parishioners to experience their weekly worship and Stained Glass Unlimited was fully geared to bring that vision to life. The company designed seven unique stained glass panels that are now adding new color, light and movement to the church.
The installation took place on the Thursday before Good Friday. The old windows were not leaving without a fight but the team of skilled personnel at Stained Glass Unlimited persevered, and got the last new panel installed after dark, with the help of the pastors’ headlights. The entire feat was wrapped up just in time for the Easter weekend.
A representative for Stained Glass Unlimited made a statement for the press “These new stained glass windows have made an incredible difference from how the room looked before to how it looks and feels now. Be sure to check out our before and after photos. We want to thank Pastor Jim for allowing us to be part of this inspiring transformation.”
About Stained Glass Unlimited:
Stained Glass Unlimited has been creating custom stained, beveled and leaded glass in DFW since 1983. The company offers creative and beautiful designs, along with maintenance and repair for windows of all sizes and shapes.
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Stained Glass Unlimited
Denise Feeney, Proprietor
7332 Main Street
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