It's not our church but it's a lovely one, in charming and down-to-earth Port Clyde, America.
The church is notable in that it was built and maintained by generations of sea captains. It's visible from the bay and has been used as a navigation aid by masters and fishermen for over 150 years. The church is illuminated every night in keeping with tradition.
Right with that is the maritime meaning of the five-pointed star, which signifies home. There are stars throughout this church, notably above the front doors and on the old edifice, which is now hidden behind the steeple.
We're very grateful to the congregation, the lay leadership, and Pastor Russ LaFlamme for letting us help keep the church shipshape and ready for the generations to come.
Not much here yet, just these window inserts.
The people who did the rest significantly changed their pricing so I offered to do it. The church liked these eight and have asked for the remaining three windows as well.
So we got the chance to go all the way up inside the