Bishop of Sherborne dedicates pupil's stained glass window
On Thursday 29 June the Right Reverend Karen Gorham, Bishop of Sherborne, was invited to dedicate the new stained glass panel in Bryanston's St Antony Chapel.
The stained glass panel was designed and made by A3 pupil Lu, who created it as part of her Design and Technology A level project.
Lu's parents and representatives of the Bryanston School community gathered together to hear the Chaplain, Lu and the Bishop explain the significance of the window, which you can read about here.
The Chaplain, Andrew Haviland, remains delighted, saying, "The window is remarkable in may ways. Not only does it draw people into the chapel, but the window provides an opportunity for people to look and reflect on their lives. The shape, colours and texture of the glass, for me, gives the message of hope and life."
The Bishop added that the window for her also represents legacy. The legacy of Lu's work in the school and the legacy of love left through the example of service from Jesus Christ.
Barry, John, Harry and Jon from the Estates Department were also there and were congratulated and thanked for their support and help in installing the window.