Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Windows of Opportunity Share a Story of Service

Something as simple as nursery rhymes can depict a peek into what it's like to be a part of the history behind the St. Vincent Sarah Fisher Center in Detroit.

With 170 years of service in the area, with the Daughters of Charity integral to the Center's ministry, it's nice to step back and reflect on where we've been and where we're going.

Through Dec. 28, 2014, stained glass windows from the Center featuring nursery rhyme characters will be on display at the Detroit Historical Museum Community Gallery. The windows were crafted for the Center in 1929. The exhibit shares a look at the SVSF Center's past, but also opportunities to continue serving in the future.

Sister Marie Judith Haupt worked with the Center in Detroit, Mich.

Watch this video for more about the Windows of Opportunity exhibit and the ministry of the SVSF Center.

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