The Random Thoughts of a Lutheran Parish Pastor
All I can say is, "WooHoo!!!!" I agree President Harrison.
Thanks for passing this on. I heartily agree, before anyone builds a church or renovates, take a look at the greats. When I saw "Historic Trinity" I thought it was Trinity Soulard, MO. As I recall they had a pulpit which had ceramic figures of the apostles, and on the front center there had been a statue of Christ, until an earthquake broke that statue. They wrote to the old country for a replacement and recieved a statue of Dr. Luther instead.
I asked on Weedon's blog, "What other historic LCMS churches (along with Trinity Soulard) approach that level of grandeur?It may be time to organize a pilgrimage!
Hi MarkTry St. Lorenz, Frankenmuth, Michand Trinity, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Our Savior, Houston, is a modern one...
St. Paul's in Fort Wayne has an impressive reredos, statuary on the pulpit, and the largest hymn boards I've ever seen.http://www.stpaulsfw.org/stpaul/Home.aspx
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