Saint Margaret's episcopal church - Washington DC - USA

baie 0 - choeur - "Abide with Us, Jesus on the Road to Emmaus"
Cleopas and an unnamed companion encounter the risen Christ on the road to Emmaus. "Abide with us," they ask the unrecognized stranger, "for it is toward evening, and the day is far spent." The story is told by Luke, chapter 24, verses 18 to 35. A unique feature of this window is found in the face of Christ. Without back lighting from the sun, the features of the face fade and are unrecognizable, but with the light of day, the features appear, making the identity of the "stranger" apparent.
chapelle côté gauche - le baptême de Jésus
The baptism of Jesus in the River Jordan by his cousin, John. "And when Jesus had been baptised, just as he came up from the water, suddenly the heavens were opened to him and he saw the Spirit of God descending like a dove and alighting on him. And a voice from heaven said, 'This is my Son, the Beloved, with whom I am well pleased.'" Matthew 3:16-17.
transept est/gauche - Jésus bénissant les enfants
Until recently mistaken as only a scene from the Sermon on the Mount; Now has been correctly linked to Jesus' admonition to the disciples to "Let the children alone, do not stop them from coming to me: the Realm of heaven belongs to such as these." from Matthew 19, and appears to be based on a confluence of the two events.
transept ouest/droite - le Semeur
"A sower went out to sow, and as he sowed some seeds fell on the road and the birds came and ate them up. Some other seeds fell on stony soil, where they had not much earth, and shot up at once because they had no depth of soil; but when the sun rose they were scorched and withered away, because they had no root. Some other seeds fell among thorns, and the thorns sprang up and choked them. Some other seeds fell on good soil and bore a crop, some a hundredfold, some sixty, and some thirtyfold. He who has an ear, let him listen to this."