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Stained-glass windows inspire church faithful

Stained-glass windows inspire church faithful

Nothing says sacred like stained glass.

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A detail from a stained glass window

A detail from a stained glass window

A detail from a stained glass window illustrating the crucifixion — created by Susan Kennedy Sommerfeld, and one which she calls a favorite of hers — can be found in the sanctuary of Mt. Olive Lutheran Church in Billings.

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Susan Kennedy Sommerfeld

Susan Kennedy Sommerfeld

Susan Kennedy Sommerfeld sits in front of some of the stained glass windows that she designed and created at Mt. Olive Lutheran Church in Billings.

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A detail from a stained glass window

A detail from a stained glass window

Shepherds watch over their flock in a stained glass window made by Susan Kennedy Sommerfeld that can be found at Mt. Olive Lutheran Church.

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Two stained glass windows

Two stained glass windows

Two of the four stained glass windows made by Susan Kennedy Sommerfeld for Mt. Olive Lutheran Church depict creation and the birth of the Christ child.

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A detail from a stained glass window

A detail from a stained glass window

A detail from a stained glass window with a theme of creation, designed by Susan Kennedy Sommerfeld, can be found at Mt. Olive Lutheran Church in Billings.

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Noted religion writer to speak at Mt. Olive Lutheran

Mollie Ziegler Hemingway, a writer and religion journalist from Washington D.C., will speak at 6 p.m. Sunday at Mt. Olive Lutheran Church, 2336 St. John's Ave. She will discuss current world issues and how our faith gives us a good way to respond to what's happening in the world today. Every…

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Lutheran churches rally for world relief effort

Lutheran churches rally for world relief effort

One by one they came — a virtual parade of horse trailers, vans, pickups and cars — each brimming with a year’s worth of quilts, school kits, personal care kits and more to donate to corners of the world where there is need.

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