The center window above the choir loft was the first stained glass window in the church and was dedicated in 1900 to Rev. William Martin, who traveled throughout the North and South collecting funds to rebuild the church, which was burned at the end of the Civil War. The center window in the choir loft is flanked by two windows containing angel figures installed in the early 1920’s.
Looking up toward the balcony, the large window depicts Christ weeping over Jerusalem. It was dedicated to the memory of John Harper, the founder of Washington Street United Methodist Church.