For #ThrowbackThursday, here is a photo of how our sanctuary used to look...
We invite you and your loved ones to worship with us during this joyous Christmas season!
Today's #WindowWednesday is our Bird Window, located in our Holy Family Chapel. Below the window, there is a plaque with a poem by Victor Hugo. Be like a bird, that halting in his flight, awhile on boughs too slight, feels them give way beneath him, and yet sings knowing he hath wings. During this Thanksgiving week, let us all remember to be like the bird, and take some time to appreciate and be grateful for God's provision for our necessities.
Today's #WindowWednesday is hidden near our high altar. These windows depict the archangels Michael and Gabriel. Gabriel's name translates to God is my strength. Michael is known as the protector of Christians and soldiers. We pray ,especially this week, for the strong soldiers who have fought for our country.
Happy Halloween from the Little Church Around The Corner! And thanks to everyone who attended our choirs' annual pumpkin carving for making our garden so festive 🎃
For today's #WindowWednesday we feature Historical Society member Ted Rowlands' favorite window: The John Stevens Memorial. Find out why its his favorite on our latest blog. The link is in the bio. Since Ted shared his, what is your favorite window?
Our Kip and Low Memorial Window shows Christ on the left as a shepherd, guarding his flock, and John the Baptist on the right, wearing skin proclaiming Christ with the banner Ecce Agnus Dei (Behold the Lamb of God!) #WindowWednesday