|Annunciation Stained Glass Window and First Station of the Cross|
|Original Window Expansion Design Finished Window|
|Debbie Knopf and Betti Senko in Henninger's Stained Glass Studio|
|Large Archtop Windows Featuring the Life of Christ|
|Adoring Angels Stained Glass Windows|
St. John Neumann also contracted Henninger's to handle the woodworking on altars and statue niches for their church expansion. The centerpiece of the church is an antique back altar that was rescued by Fr. Kevin Lutz and restored by Henninger's.
Our woodworkers replaced all of the missing pieces, milled new pillars, expanded the width by adding left and right wings, and repaired any damage to the altar.
|Natalie Molnar and Tim Molnar with Restored Back Altar in Henninger's Woodshop|
|Altar Installed On-Site|
|Completed Back Altar with Gilding and Murals|
|Marian and St. Joseph Side Altars|
"I am in awe every time I walk into our new church and chapel. Immediately I feel the presence of Our Lord. The history of holiness shines through the stained glass; the Holy Spirit Rose Window points to Christ's presence in the tabernacle upon the Altar of the Blessed Sacrament.
God has been with us in every stop of the process to expand and beautify our worship space. From selecting our architects, contractors and consultants to finding our carved wood Altar of the Blessed Sacrament, Stations of the Cross and stained glass windows to our parish families raising the funds necessary to move forward. Praise and thanks be to God!"
- Rev. David Sizemore