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Sacred Stained Glass Tour – 6th March 2023

Posted on: 27th March 2023

UAH were delighted to be involved in the National Churches Trust Stained Glass talk and tour on Monday 6th March. Beginning with a talk by Dr David Caron in the Old Museum Building, Dr Caron highlighted a number of different stained glass artists active throughout Ireland. The talk was beautifully illustrated with a number of different styles noted and backgrounds provided on the different artists.


After the talk we made our way by bus to Fisherwick Presbyterian Church, St John’s Malone Road, Holy Family Church and finally to Church House Assembly buildings. Along the way UAH chief executive Dr Paul Harron highlighted a number of historic buildings in Belfast notably the Barre designed Methodist Church on University Road. UAH would like to thanks the National Churches Trust officer Nina McNeary for organising this fantastic event which not only highlighted the stunning works of art, but provided a context for each image allowing styles and characteristics to be seen by the different artists.

Below are a number of images taken on the day:


First Stop Fisherwick Presbyterian Church works by George Stephen Walsh for Clokey of Belfast

Viewing the stained glass at Fisherwick Presbyterian


St John’s Malone works include Wilhelmina Geddes, Evie Hone and William MacBride

Holy Family Church Limestone Road – Works by George W Walsh

Church house Assembly Buildings, Fisherwick Place – Works by Neil Shawcross and Wilhelmina Geddes.

Assembly Buildings, Neil Shawcross stained glass window.

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