Kirkepiscatoid

Random and not so random musings from a 5th generation NE Missourian who became a 1st generation Episcopalian. Let the good times roll!

Well, Mimi showed me the magic of Picasa (had not even known it was out there!) and I was able to lighten up the photo in the previous post. Now you can actually see the pipes of our pipe organ (look directly behind the pulpit) and more of the details of the wood. The keyboard, however, is tucked back out of sight in this photo. The cross behind the altar in the stained glass window is the original 1871 processional cross, BTW. I should have told you that earlier. Now that I can see the altar, I can also tell you that this was taken on Palm Sunday. (Note the palms left and right of the altar.
I do so love our church building, whom I affectionately call "the old girl."

4 comments:

MUCH better photo. Thanks!

This looks like a delightful worship space.

Hmm...Have I been there before? Seems familiar...

In all seriousness, a great photo! A lovely space.

That is lovely!

This looks like an intimate, peaceful place -- well prayed in, too!

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