This is the only window in the church with St. Paul. The window contains the symbols of St. Paul; his traditional sword and a book which reads “Spiritus gladius,” sword of the spirit, a quote from Ephesians. Paul is defending himsef in the series of trials that would eventually take him in chains to Rome. He is standing before King Herod Agrippa II, a great-grandson of the original King Herod, and protégé of Caesar Claudius himself. In chapters 25-26 of Acts, Paul makes a lengthy defense, which turns out to be a very spirited sermon and proclamation of the Gospel. The quote is from Acts 26:19. He tells Agrippa that after Jesus appeared to him in a blinding vision on the road to Damascus, he answered Jesus’ call, “Whereupon O King Agrippa, I was not disobedient to the heavenly vision.” Rather he began preaching the gospel all over the Roman Empire. The lower portion of the window shows one of the great missionary bishops, Bishop Garrett, who served the area from 1874 to 1910. He is in his buckboard having a conversation with a man by the side of the road.