The windows at St John’s Izmir are being refurbished for the first time in decades. The pink and yellow scheme may not be to everyone’s taste, but it is the original design of 1898. 

The project enables us to correct some very sloppy repairs made after a devastating riot smashed half the glass (and burnt up all the pews and the organ) in 1964. Summer heat and winter wind and rain has also taken its toll on the exterior of the wooden window frames. A generous donation allows us to fully restore all eight windows in the nave of St John’s. Fit for another fifty years!   

Cleopatra inspects the nice work being done on the vestry window frames. 

Chaplain James Buxton, together with church warden Alan, refurbishing the 1900 stone-guards.

To support the ministry and the upkeep of St John's Izmir, you can donate here.  Thank you!