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St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, founded in Durham about 1960, has a small but affluent congregation. When a newer sanctuary was constructed in 1977, the building contained stained glass windows with stunning visual impact. Twenty-three feet high, they extend around three sides of the church for a total length of seventy-three feet. Four smaller windows are at the rear of the church. Leandro Velasco designed all.