I took these pictures yesterday–Epiphany! A few thoughts….
This first one looks like a hand with a paintbrush adding color to the wall. The lighted sculpture above (it contains a dove) represents God’s Spirit. Colorful Creator, indeed!
Below — Reality and reflection….both announce the beauty of color and light. (And notice the heads of the magi in the banner. Epiphany!)
Afternoon sun–Orange! Yellow! Light!
Below — A good shot for Epiphany: So much light! Banner of the magi beneath where the light is brightest. The cloth covering the communion table was made by the children a few VBS’s ago. It reads: “Guide our feet into the way of peace.”
Below: My chair on the platform. This obviously is the afterglow of my aura from Sunday’s worship. 🙂
Just in case you missed it. 🙂 The guitar stand and its shadow…I’ll have to think about that one for a bit.
Above — Late morning–more white light than color. See the reflection on the bottom of the glass water drop in the middle of the baptism sculpture?
Same shot, about the same time, but with the lights behind the wall art turned off. The water drop in the center of the sculpture is even better defined. Notice that all appears as white light (probably from my location in the sanctuary. Had I been closer, the colors would have been more, um, colorful). Colors reappear near the far kitchen door–soft blue and red/pink.
I took this because all those little splotches of light look like paw prints. Reminds me that God shows loves for us through the animals in our lives.
Above — “Arise, shine, for your light has come!” (Is. 60:1) Epiphany text. Colors from the stained glass help proclaim this hopeful message!