New stained glass windows have been installed at a Blyth church to honour the work of a former reverend now living in the United States.
In the 1980s, Rev Curtis Rolfe designed and created stained glass windows to commemorate his two year ministry in the town.
Now a special event is taking place this month at the Central Methodist Church to unveil the new windows.
The windows were made in the Chicago area of the States and were crated up and sailed through the great lakes and across the Atlantic to Liverpool ,and then to Blyth by lorry to be installed by a local glazing company.
Rev Curtis Rolfe will dedicate the windows as part of Sunday Worship at 10.45am on Sunday, June 15.