The design of The Church at Litchfield Park, in Litchfield Park, AZ, is in the graceful style of the early missions of the southwest.
The Church at Litchfield Park
A House of Prayer for All People
Founded March 27, 1938
photo: Carroll Frison

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The Church at Litchfield Park
300 North Old Litchfield Road
Litchfield Park, AZ 85340

Phone: 623-935-3411

Email: info@churchatlitchfieldpark.org

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Souers Hall

The other stained glass windows found throughout the church campus were designed and created by church member Tom Fischrup. An active member of the congregation, Tom sang in the choir and served on the Church Council and in Men’s Fellowship. He studied architectural drawing at Wayne Tech in Chicago and later formed his own air conditioning and sheet metal company before turning to stained glass.

There are five windows across the west wall of Souers Hall, each conaining a different flower. They are, from north to south: African daisies, gladioluses, roses, irises, and lillies. These windows were given in memory of June Pannier, who served as president of the Litchfield Park Garden Club.

Tom placed a glass cross in the center of each window. When the sun sets, the sunlight casts a shadow of a cross on the east wall.

Given in memory of June Pannier by friends and family.

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Choir Room & Sacristy

The three windows in the choir room depict a harp, an angel with trumpet, and a cross surrounded by bells. The three windows have a running inscription: "Music is a fair and glorious gift of God."

These windows were given in memory of Harold and Vera Cunningham by Don and Jane McClelland in the summer of 1991.

The Sacristy window depicts a chalice and sprigs of wheat, symbolizing the Eucharist. The two stalks of wheat are raised from the rest of the window.

Given by Lou and Joann Forstner and grandchildren, is in memory of Lina P. Forstner, Lou Forstner’s mother and Clifford Quist, Joann Forstner’s father. It was dedicated in December 1985.

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Zieske Hall

The window in the east wall of Zieske Hall is titled "Jesus Loves the Little Children." Zieske Hall was used as a Sunday school for many years.

This window was given in memory of Joyce Scott Duvall by family and friends and dedicated in April 1993.

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text adapted from texts by Lisa Haggerty and Meredeth Stucky
photos: Meredeth Stucky except Rose Window by Ned Hannah

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