Kingsburg church has stained glass windows restored
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- A Fresno County landmark is now being restored to its former glory.
The 95-year-old Concordia Lutheran Church in Kingsburg had its original stained glass windows removed nearly a year ago.
Judson Studios of Los Angeles cleaned and re-leaded the unique pieces to make them even more colorful than before.
Two of the windows have recently been reinstalled, and crews are now working to install the remaining 12 windows.
The project coordinator says it's wonderful seeing the beautiful and historic stained glass return to the Valley's second-oldest Lutheran church.
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