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PraiseBanners Custom Stained Glass Banners

These banners are life-size, custom recreations of actual stained-glass windows! See images and story below:


Custom Banner Before and After


Custom Stained Glass Banners from PraiseBaners
Stained Glass Custom Banners designed from actual stained glass windows by PraiseBanners Custom Banner Division


"When Trinity United Methodist, Arlington, Texas, relocated to a brand new building on a new 30-acre campus, we were not able to take our cherished stained glass windows with us. So, as we began making plans for our 50th Anniversary year of celebration, as Minister of Worship & Fine Arts, I was looking for meaningful ways for us to reconnect to the past while making our new church home feel like “home”. We worked with a local professional photographer who took clean, crisp digital photographs of the stained glass windows in our previous location, and then we worked with Dusty and the great folks at J. Nissi. Corp to create life-sized banners of our old windows."

"The results were amazing, adding color and warmth to the vaulted Great Hall which greets folks as they enter our new building. Long-time members and newer ones as well were all delighted to see the wonderful addition that these stained glass banners made."

"Thanks, Dusty and everyone at Custom Banners!"



Rev GW Dub Shepherd
Minister of Worship & Fine Arts
Trinity United Methodist Church
Arlington, Texas 

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