Jesus reveals his Divinity on a mountain before his three closest apostles, with the ancient Hebrew prophets Moses and Elijah beside him. A glowing transfigured Christ stands on a rainbow above Peter, John and James who are overwhelmed by the vision.
Christ stands in a glowing white garment of glory while his Apostles tremble in awe. Beside Christ the two Old Testament prophets praise him, along with ranks of adoring angels. The Trinity is indicated by the hand of God the Father and the Dove of the Holy Spirit above Christ.
Lavers and Barraud (and later, Westlake) was a renowned London firm producing windows from 1855 until 1921. They were part of the Gothic Revival movement that renewed English church architecture in the 19th century. The presence of this brilliant window in a small Canadian church 100 km south of Regina is a remarkable stroke of luck.
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