The Laborers With Christ Window The Laborers with Christ window was given to the church in 1947 in memory of Elmer H. LaRue who have his life in service of his country. Matthew 11:28 serves as the setting of the window, "Come to me, all who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest."
The head of Christ is backed by a seeing sun again which is visible three arms of a cross. Jesus, the carpenter, is the great laborer whose master work is finally accomplished on Calvary's cross.
The laborers with Christ, starting at the top and going clockwise, are: John the Baptist, representing Reformers: Adoniram Judson, representing Missionaries: Peter, helping feed the thousands, representing Humanitarians: a woman in prayer, representing Peacemakers: a child picking flowers, representing Lovers of Beauty: Luke, the Gospel Writer, representing Physicians: parents, dedicating a child, representing Homemakers: and Paul, teaching, representing Teachers.