Synagogue and Temple Stained Glass Restoration
Stained glass windows have been popular in synagogues and temples since the late nineteenth century. Although most people associate stained glass more with churches, the fact is that Jewish temples and their congregations, from Orthodox to Reform, have also embraced this stunning art form to enhance their worship experience.
Biblical scenes, religious icons such as Moses, symbolism such as the Jewish Star, and scenes depicting the flora and fauna of the Holy Land are popular images in synagogue and temple stained glass. The installation of stained glass windows was once a way for congregation members to show their devotion and generosity, and today, these windows have become a much beloved part of the temple’s history. However, as stained glass ages, various different problems can befall it, and there does come a time when synagogue or temple stained glass restoration is required.