The Ascension Window portrays with literal accuracy the account of the dramatic event of the Ascension as it is described in the book of Acts. The window was given in honor of Mr. Joseph Horne, a founding member of the historic Church.
The Resurrection Window is drawn from several sources in the books of Mark and John; the side panels depict followers of Jesus coming to the sepulcher. Mr. C.B. Shea, partner of Mr. Joseph Horne, gave this window in honor of his wife and parents.
The Apocalypse Window depicts John on the Isle of Patmos, as recorded in the book of Revelations. The window was given by the industrialist Mr. James Verner and is dedicated to a man named Bishop Matthew Simpson
Architect Edward B. Lee’s 1925 rendering of the proposed renovation of the Allegheny Elks Lodge at the corner of Cedar Avenue and Pressley Street.