This stained glass window, “The Call Of Saint Andrew,” is at Saint Andrew’s Episcopal Church in downtown Fort Worth. Saint Andrew’s is one of the churches that broke away from the national Episcopal Church and stood to lose its property. A judge ruled Monday, March 2, 2015, that this church and others aligned with it could keep its property
This stained glass window, “The Call Of Saint Andrew,” is at Saint Andrew’s Episcopal Church in downtown Fort Worth. Saint Andrew’s is one of the churches that broke away from the national Episcopal Church and stood to lose its property. A judge ruled Monday, March 2, 2015, that this church and others aligned with it could keep its property Paul Moseley Star-Telegram
This stained glass window, “The Call Of Saint Andrew,” is at Saint Andrew’s Episcopal Church in downtown Fort Worth. Saint Andrew’s is one of the churches that broke away from the national Episcopal Church and stood to lose its property. A judge ruled Monday, March 2, 2015, that this church and others aligned with it could keep its property Paul Moseley Star-Telegram

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