Stained glass windows St. Peter & Paul's Church, Olney
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member Norfolk12
N 52° 08.994 W 000° 42.048
30U E 657303 N 5780203
Quick Description: A wealth of rich colours in these Magnificent windows.
Location: United Kingdom
Date Posted: 2/29/2008 11:48:22 AM
Waymark Code: WM3991
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member TheBeanTeam
Views: 63

Long Description:
the windows depict:-
the Crucifixion; Ascension; Resurrection
Annunciation; Last Supper; Nativity . dedicated by Ann Ravis, wife of Thomas Ravis .
Cruxifiction dedicated to John Arthur & Elin Philippa Iliffe

Christ & men with fishes, Moses, Adam & Eve; Christ, a family; Man & child, Golden calf dedicated to Archibald & Emily Maud Allen by their daughter.

War Memorial Window Donor: John Lord :-
Subject: St Peter; Christ in majesty; St Paul;

John Newton; Church; William Cowper

Pelican, Andrew & Peter, Lamp; Christ preaching; Sower, Samaritan, Mother & child. below:- John Langley, old vicarage

Aaron; Burning Bush; Moses. Crowds below dedicated to John Arthur & Elin Philippa Iliffe .

A BRIEF HISTORY OF OLNEY'S FAMOUS MEN

THE OLNEY HYMNS

John Newton and William Cowper wrote the words to many of our best known hymns. These were published in one volume in 1779. (A bi-centenary facsimile edition of the Olney Hymns was published in 1979 and copies are available on sale at the Museum).

John Newton, the reformed ex-slave trader, was Curate in charge of Olney from 1764 to 1780. His remarkable ministry brought large crowds to Olney to hear him preach from the pulpit which is now preserved in the Church. His tomb is in the churchyard.

William Cowper, the famous poet, lived in Olney from 1768 to 1786 at the house which is now the Cowper and Newton museum.

Amazing grace
Glorious things of thee are spoken
God moves in a mysterious way
Hark my soul! it is the lord
How sweet the name of Jesus sounds
Jesus where're thy people meet
O for a closer walk with God


details taken from notice in church
Type of building where window is located: Church

Address:
St Peters Church
Church Street
Olney, Bucks United Kingdom
none


Days of Operation: daily

Hours of Operation: From: 9:00 AM To: 5:00 PM

Admission Charge: Not Listed

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