Willet Studios, 1951
This image of the Nativity is done in a style that reminds us of the flattened illustrations and symbols of medieval images. The baby Jesus lies in a blood red cradle, surrounded by a thorn-like halo. Mary and Joseph are on either side of the baby, with the manger above. The star of Bethlehem is at the top of the window, with a border of wise men and the heavenly host in the bottom corners.
This window, by Willet Studios of Philadelphia, was given in memory of Charles M. Henderson (1853-1945) and Alida Page Henderson (1857-1941) by their children. Mr. Henderson served as church treasurer for many years.