Buildings Beautiful

2018-09-21 St Mark's sanctuary facing back
St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, built in 1836

Artprize, the international art contest in our area, is in full swing. Although I enjoyed seeing the art entries, I enjoyed walking around in the hundred-year-old churches that are hosting some of the art entries just as much. Here are a few of my favorite sights:

2018-09-21 St Mark's church organ pipes
Organ pipes in St. Mark’s Episcopal Church

 

2018-09-21 St Mark's church NOW St Francis
St. Francis Of Assisi sculpture, part of the Artprize entry “NOW”, outside St. Mark’s.

 

2018-09-21 Massive doorway Fountain St church
Fountain St. Church, built in 1924

 

2018-09-21 Raphael's Madonna Of The Chair - Fountain St church b
A mosaic in Fountain St Church: “Madonna Of The Chair”

 

2018-09-21 Artprize Fountain St church wooden ceiling
Wooden tiles on the ceiling of Fountain St. Church

 

2018-09-28 Cornerstone Church doors
Cornerstone Church (Heritage Hills)

 

2018-09-28 Cornerstone Church sanctuary
Cornerstone Church’s sanctuary

 

2018-09-28 Cornerstone Church joy box
A stairway in Cornerstone Church with a joy box beside it

 

2018-09-28 Cornerstone Church preach the gospel
Inscription on the outside of Cornerstone Church

 

2018-09-21 St Mary's chapel at St Mark's a
St. Mary’s Chapel inside St. Mark’s Episcopal Church

 

2018-09-21 St Mary's Chapel at St Mark's d
Stained-glass window in St. Mary Chapel

 

2018-09-21 St Mary's Chapel at St Mark's b
One last look at St. Mary’s Chapel inside St. Mark’s Episcopal Church

 

 

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