The stained glass windows that grace our church were designed and manufactured in Munich, Germany by Franz Mayer & Co. The firm was very popular during the late nineteenth and early twentieth century and became the principal provider of stained glass to the large European Roman Catholic churches, and the Holy See.

Trinity’s first stained glass windows were “The Resurrection” and “Suffer the Children” which were commissioned in 1914. Unfortunately, the outbreak of WW I caused them to be smuggled out of Germany and subsequently lost. In 1918, they were found in Rotterdam, Netherlands and delivered. The remaining stained glass windows were gradually put in over the years, culminating with the 1937 installation of “Martin Luther”. 

To celebrate our 150th Anniversary, a multi-year project was undertaken to restore and refurbish the windows. All except two have been completed.