The All Saints' Church building contains many items of historical interest including four beautiful stained glass windows:
The Gethsemane Window
Located above the altar, this beautiful stained glass was dedicated on September 8, 1927, and is inscribed “In memoriam Josephine Wundenberg King, 1848 – 1925”. It was a gift of Mrs. Charles A. Rice. It was badly damaged by Hurricane Iniki on September 11, 1992, and was lovingly restored by Vance T. Wood of Stained Glass Art in California, in an on-site workshop put up in the Memorial Hall. It was re-dedicated on February 14, 1993. Mrs. King’s great -grandson Holbrook Goodale and members of his family who so generously contributed to the restoration were in church for the re-dedication. The Gethsemane window is featured in the slide show on the home page.
The Victory Window
The Victory Window is located above the door and was designed by the Zettler Studios in New York City. It was dedicated in April 1946, to all who made such great sacrifices for final victory in World War II, and to all the servicement of the Honor Roll. It depicts an almost life-size figure of Christ with pierced hands and feet, clothed in shades of red, standing victoriously on a globe showing the Western Hemisphere including theHawaiian Islands. The background is in beautiful shades of blue. The Victory Window is featured in the slide show on the home page.
Mary and the Baby Jesus &
The Boy Jesus in the Temple
These two stained glass windows are situated across each other in the sanctuary. Both windows were designed, executed and installed under the direction of Mr. Henry L. Willet of the Willet Stained Glass Studios of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Mary and the Baby Jesus is inscibed "In loving memory Grace King Rice, 1880 - 1940" and The Boy Jesus in the Temple is inscribed "In loving memory Mary Josephine King Forster, 1873 - 1940". The dedication service was held on Sunday, August 27, 1972, lead by the then Rector, The Ven. Richard S. O. Chang, who later became Bishop of Hawai'i.
The Austin Pipe Organ
The first and only pipe organ on Kaua'i was a gift of Mrs. S. W. Wilcox in 1925. Due to age and tropical weather conditions the organ was decommissioned on February 7, 2016. The church is currently in the process of continuing the Wilcox family legacy and the spirit of fellowship through music with a brand new organ. To learn more about the reconstruction project and how you can help, please CLICK HERE.
The Marble Altar
The Marble Altar is inscribed "In memoriam Lucy Etta Wilcox Sloggett, October 1877 - December 1933" and was the gift of Henry Digby Sloggett.
The Honor Roll
This brass plaque is mounted in the back of the church under the Victory Window, and contains the names of the men who served in the armed forces in World War II from All Saints' Church. A total of 76 names are on the plaque, six of which gave their lives, and 70 who returned home. The Honor Roll was ordered in 1948 from the International Bronze Tablet Company of New York City.
The Marble Baptismal Font
The Baptismal Font was a gift of the children of All Saints' Church School in memory of their fellow student, Herman W. K. Mahikoa, offered through their Birthday Thank Offering.
The Koa Prayer Desk