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Sunday, September 23, 2007

St Georges Altar


Here is the altar at St Georges Church.

On the left hand side you can see the plain modern lectern, which these days seems to be preferred over the eagles lectern I showed you earlier.

9 comments:

Lynette said...

I really like the vivid red and white, contrasted with the muted turquoise. What time of day did you take the photo, please? The glow coming through the windows seems comforting to me.

Hyde DP said...

It was taken mid-afternoon on the Heritage Open Day - see earlier photos of the Eagle Lectern and the Handbell Ringers.

lv2scpbk said...

That's very pretty.

Denis said...

Thank you for your visit.
Denis

Sharon said...

interesting that services can be dowloaded on mp3. very forward thinking of whoever came up with that idea.

JoAnn - NL "My digital eyes" :) said...

Hi Gerald , What a good post for a sunday , There's so much to learn about churches....

And Gerald, You always explain everything so very well , thanks for informing me about the UK roofs,lofts, called dormer windows....:)very interesting:)

JoAnn

Olivier said...

elle est magnifique cette eglise. je trouve qu'elle fait tres eglise orthodoxe


it is splendid this church. I find that it makes orthodoxe church very

Kerri said...

Thank you for visiting my blog. This is a beautiful church and altar! I'll be visiting your blog frequently.

Anonymous said...

This is only one of our altar frontals. Come back at Easter or Christmas to see two spledid cloths, all made by parishioners.

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