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4×5 grid

I appreciated the simplicity of these church windows, with their simple 4×5 grid of windowpanes. And that stuff you can see at the bottom of the windows? It’s food, collected by the parishioners, for donation.

St. Paul Lutheran Church
Serbin, Texas
photographed 11.25.2019

Circle, with square

And so the church exploration continues, this time looking at the light through some lovely geometric stained glass windows.

(Sorry for the brief posts the past few days. Turns out that getting a flu shot would have been a grand idea. If you get my drift. But I am – perhaps – on the mend and shortly will return to the usual long-winded posts. Don’t say I didn’t warn you.)

St. Paul Lutheran Church
Serbin, Texas
photographed 11.25.2019

Overflow Conditions

Ah…the mundane! How nice to find the place where the folding chairs are queued up in case there’s an overflow crowd.

St. Paul Lutheran Church
Serbin, Texas
photographed 11.25.2019

In the spotlight

Most of these churches don’t allow access to the balcony, but this one did. So of course, I climbed right up those stairs. There were four rows of pews, running the length of the church, and so close together it was almost impossible to pass through them. I have no idea how it works when there are worshipers in them.

But anyway, it was more than worth the effort because that’s how I got to see the sunlight hitting the lectern.

St. Paul Lutheran Church
Serbin, Texas
photographed 11.25.2019

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