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Trinity Lutheran gets new windows

A Clarkston Glass employee replaces a window at Trinity Lutheran Church in Grangeville recently as trees in the background reflect in the new window.

Photo by David Rauzi
A Clarkston Glass employee replaces a window at Trinity Lutheran Church in Grangeville recently as trees in the background reflect in the new window.



— "The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome it.” – John 1:5.

Trinity Lutheran Church has brought more light into its worship, thanks to a building window replacement project that started last week. According to church trustee Paul Turpin, 19 specially built double-pane windows are being installed to replace existing single-pane versions, many of which were installed when the facility was built in the 1930s.

The project is aimed to reduce building heating and cooling loss throughout the year, as well as the obvious illumination aspect.

“This will really brighten up the inside of the church,” Turpin said.

Clarkston Glass was contracted to do the project.



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