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15th century nave ceiling St David's Cathedral

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Metropolitan Cathedral Church of St David, Cardiff

Metropolitan Cathedral Church of St David, Cardiff

"In 1888, the Rev. David H. Greer became rector of St. Bartholomew's. Rev. Greer led his new congregation to fight elitism and become an 'institutional parish' that provides social services in addition to worship and instruction. Under Greer's leadership, the church opened six Sunday schools in five languages, established a Rescue Mission at 116 East 42nd Street, and had built a large Parish House and Medical Clinic at 205-208 East 42nd Street, [pictured] to serve the lower middle class."…

"In 1888, the Rev. David H. Greer became rector of St. Bartholomew's. Rev. Greer led his new congregation to fight elitism and become an 'institutional parish' that provides social services in addition to worship and instruction. Under Greer's leadership, the church opened six Sunday schools in five languages, established a Rescue Mission at 116 East 42nd Street, and had built a large Parish House and Medical Clinic at 205-208 East 42nd Street, [pictured] to serve the lower middle class."…

The Quire St David's Cathedral

The Quire St David's Cathedral

6,000 Martyrs of the St David Gareji Monastery, Georgia - Orthodox Church in America

6,000 Martyrs of the St David Gareji Monastery, Georgia - Orthodox Church in America

"I believe in magic, Angel for life"   Today is the twenty second anniversary of David and Iman’s official church wedding at Saint James Episcopal Church, in Florence, Italy in 1992. They had already married in a civil ceremony in Lausanne, Switzerland on April 24, with just two witnesses present and no guests. The wedding in Florence was an altogether different affair with an invited guest list of family and friends and hundreds of curious well-wishers outside the church. For the bride’s…

"I believe in magic, Angel for life" Today is the twenty second anniversary of David and Iman’s official church wedding at Saint James Episcopal Church, in Florence, Italy in 1992. They had already married in a civil ceremony in Lausanne, Switzerland on April 24, with just two witnesses present and no guests. The wedding in Florence was an altogether different affair with an invited guest list of family and friends and hundreds of curious well-wishers outside the church. For the bride’s…

Southwark Cathedral 024 | by Davide Simonetti - The Cathedral and Collegiate Church of St Saviour and St Mary Overie, Southwark, London, lies on the south bank of the River Thames close to London Bridge.  It is the mother church of the Anglican Diocese of Southwark. It has been a place of Christian worship for over 1,000 years, but a cathedral only since 1905. The present building is mainly Gothic, from 1220 to 1420.

Southwark Cathedral 024 | by Davide Simonetti - The Cathedral and Collegiate Church of St Saviour and St Mary Overie, Southwark, London, lies on the south bank of the River Thames close to London Bridge. It is the mother church of the Anglican Diocese of Southwark. It has been a place of Christian worship for over 1,000 years, but a cathedral only since 1905. The present building is mainly Gothic, from 1220 to 1420.

At 1st Congr. Church, the Rev. David Stabenfeldt was asked a lot of questions. Do these things really work? Are we really going to make our money back?   "The naysayers are now congratulating us," Stabenfeldt said.  With the knowledge that the panels would not only reduce the congregation's carbon footprint, but also produce an energy cost savings of $20,000-$30,000 a year, Stabenfeldt and about three-fourths of the congregation was confident that pursuing the project was the right choice.

At 1st Congr. Church, the Rev. David Stabenfeldt was asked a lot of questions. Do these things really work? Are we really going to make our money back? "The naysayers are now congratulating us," Stabenfeldt said. With the knowledge that the panels would not only reduce the congregation's carbon footprint, but also produce an energy cost savings of $20,000-$30,000 a year, Stabenfeldt and about three-fourths of the congregation was confident that pursuing the project was the right choice.

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