Better late …

By on May 1, 2008

In the 1880s, St. Alban’s church, Adolphustown, Ont., (diocese of Ontario) commissioned a so-called “rose window” from Robert McCausland Ltd. But the building committee ran out of money since the church’s interior still had to be completed. The window remained in an unfinished state for 119 years. Recently, the congregation has been busy working out a design for the window, which is expected to be completed in time for this year’s United Empire Loyalist Service at St. Alban’s on June 15.

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