Advent Windows (22)
Today’s window seems quite complex, so I’ll let the folks at 30a Crooms Hill tell you about it.
The darkness has not overcome it
“Designed to be seen at night, this window represents the approach of Hope through fear and shadow. It is intended to represent Hope’s vulnerability in contact with the darker forces of the world, but it is essentially an optimistic view, drawing on classical mythology and Germanic fairytales for its setting.”