Friday, June 28, 2019

The Chapel

Beginning where I left off yesterday, here is the chancel at St. John The Evangelist.


Turning around gives a view back through the sanctuary.


Moving over to the south side of the chancel presents the Warriors' Chapel, dedicated in 1951 in remembrance to parish members who served in the two World Wars.


This view from the entrance of the Chapel looks back into the sanctuary.


Here we have more of the stained glass. Tomorrow I turn my attention to another location for Doors Open.

31 comments:

  1. Lovely stained glass! While recently in France and Italy where it was major hot (like here, actually...) I ducked into a couple of churches to cool off. Surprisingly, they were also warm inside...I remember 'older' stone churches as being cool. NO more...

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  2. Those stained glass windows are finely done.

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  3. This stained glass windows are beautiful, but I mostly like all the wood in this church.

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  4. I like the way they've designed that low altar.

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  5. ...it's nice to see the interior of this beauty!

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  6. What amazing workmanship, truly an amazingly calming space,

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  7. It´s amazing what and how people back then did this!
    Ask one now ;-)

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  8. Nice interior. Very beautiful stained glass.

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  9. i enjoy looking through the arch ... such a pretty one indeed. ( ;

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  10. Love the stained glass windows. What a pretty chapel! Enjoy your day, wishing you a great weekend.

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  11. @Pat: this one seemed cool.

    @Italiafinlandia: that they are.

    @Jan: I do as well.

    @Francisco: thanks!

    @Revrunner: I do too.

    @Tom: I thought you'd like it.

    @Laurie: it is, yes.

    @Iris: true!

    @Ella: I agree.

    @Beth: thanks!

    @Eileen: thank you.

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  12. Beautiful stained glass. I am so lucky to see so much of it through your posts. :-)

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  13. Beautiful interior shots of St John's here and yesterday William, the stained glass windows are marvelous. It was so sad to hear about Lowell, we will all miss his wonderful sense of humour very much ✨

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  14. I've always liked stained glass works. the more I look at it the better I like it.

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  15. Lovely view of the arches in your third photo, William.

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  16. Nice interior and beautiful stained glass.

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  17. Those stained glass windows are pretty stunning.

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  18. The stained glass is beautiful.

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  19. Stained glass really makes a church special!

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  20. Beautifully constructed church and chapels ~ lovely ~

    Happy Day to you,
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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  21. @DJan: thank you!

    @Grace: thanks.

    @Red: I agree.

    @Marleen: I thought so.

    @Karl: that it is.

    @Sharon: they are.

    @Marie: definitely.

    @Bill: and lots of it.

    @RedPat: it does, yes.

    @Carol: thank you!

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  22. So many things I enjoy about the photos in your blog. This would be one of them, a beautiful church!

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  23. Beautiful. Great stained glass. Tweeted.

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  24. Your captures of the stained glass are stunning William, thank you.
    Enjoy your weekend.

    All the best Jan

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  25. Lovely stained glass, beautifully captured.

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  26. Nice views of a tranquil space.

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  27. The woodwork is especially baeutiful.

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