Designed by the Willet Studios of Philadelphia in 1967, brilliantly colored glass, usually an inch in thickness, but up to two or more inches for special effects, is cut to desired size. The inner surface of certain pieces is then chipped or faceted to add a jewel-like quality. The matrix of epoxy is poured around the carefully arranged pieces of glass to form a structural unit of great strength.
Across the upper two thirds of the design the life of Christ is illustrated culminating at the chancel with Christ the King. In the lower portions in smaller scale is the Ongoing Church, including Christians in their various occupations.