IT'S been 100 years this May since the stained glass windows were installed in the Bathurst Uniting Church, and the congregation is looking to celebrate with the descendants of the families who donated them.
Congregation member John Judge said they would love to get in contact with the descendants to hear the stories behind the windows, as each window was donated in memory of a loved one.
"We will have our own commemorative service, but when [the planning] started, we thought, I wonder if any of the people are still around,'" Mr Judge said.
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Uniting Church Minister Reverend Keith Hamilton said they're still in the early stages of planning the celebrations but there will be a number of services honouring the families throughout the month of May.
Each window represents an image from the Bible and holds with it the story behind an individual with a connection to Bathurst.
Rev Hamilton hopes to share the stories with the community.
"If there are any families who can pass on stories to us, that would be excellent," he said.
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