Sunday, December 13, 2009

Third Sunday in Advent

Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church located on Rahn Road is decorated for Christmas. I love all the wood and the simple design. What do you think?

18 comments:

  1. Wood is classic, and this church definitely has both contemporary and classic look to it.

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  2. There is really room there to bring the human touch amongst all that warm wood.

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  3. Wood is good. Simplicity is good. Good for the soul.

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  4. Et estetisk vakkert kirkerom. Det føles litt som en norsk kirke ....
    Spesielt godt likte jeg det blå og lilla vevde (?)kunstverket som er to plasser. Ha en fin førjulstid!

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  5. I love simplicity too. I have set up a very simple tree. I might post a photo of my tree :-)))

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  6. For some reason this makes me think of Finland...maybe it's the wood, like a sauna?

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  7. Silent Night, Holy Night, so serene and tranquil. But rejoice not only in the coming of our Lord but the beauty of the poinsettia tree Christmas Eve.

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  8. nice! wood + yellowish light always a great combination :D i like ;)

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  9. Returning life to its real size and importance.
    Beautiful picture.

    Please have a nice new week.

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  10. Classic wood, modern design. I definitely like it.

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  11. Warm mood. It is strange for a church and yet comfortable. Maybe a little austere but a good place to meditate. No need to impress parishioners.

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  12. The wood warms up the scene. For me this simplicity looks very interesting because it's exactly the opposite of what I usually see (Orthodox churches are decorated to their teeth).

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  13. I like the simplicity of it. Some less is more! Happy Holidays, Leif!

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  14. Very appealing, best in the glow of candles or low lighting. Snowy Christmases are irresistible well, for one season at least! (no snow or winter where I live, for now, that is with the existing climate!!)

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  15. The wood walls are beautiful! Someone must really take good care of it for it to shine like that :)

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  16. Nice, but «Louis» prefers Gloria Dei!
    ;-)

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