Check out this gallery of York County’s beautiful stained-glass windows


This stained-glass window gives natural light in the sanctuary of York, Pa.’s, old Zion Lutheran Church building, closed since the mid-1990s. Other stained-glass panels that were installed in the new church in Manchester Township in 1995. This photograph is part of series of 18 stained glass windows in York County in’s Media Center. Also of interest: Check out these beautiful stained-glass windows in York’s First Moravian Church.

York  County is home to countless beautiful stained-glass windows. Not all of  these windows are in its churches. Here are four more of these beautiful windows in buildings and houses of worship around the county:



This is a stained-glass window in the back staircase of the York Water Company building on East Market Street, York.


This stained-glass window in Red Lion Middle School library was dedicated in honor of Dr. Eugene Segro.


Rabbi Irwin Goldenberg is silhouetted against the stained-glass windows at Temple Beth Israel in York Township.


110211-CD-watersedge-03.jpg St. Paul’s United Methodist Church in Lower Windsor Township glows in this 2011 file photo.


About Jim McClure

Editor of the York Daily Record/Sunday News, and its many digital products. Journalism/history blogger: Author or co-author of seven York County, Pa., history books.
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