Raleigh church seeks help with its stained glass windows
RALEIGH – Workers are putting the finishing touches on a new entrance and reception area at Edenton Street United Methodist Church downtown, part of a $4 million capital campaign to improve the church’s outreach efforts.
Two blocks away, St. Paul A.M.E. Church is in the midst of a more modest capital project, that includes repairing and refurbishing some of the church’s stained-glass windows. After more than 100 years of winter cold and summer heat, the leading that holds the thousands of pieces of colored glass together has begun to deteriorate, causing many of the windows to bow out or sag.
(News & Observer, 5/6/2016)