This was taken just two days ago, before the temperature dropped to 12. Wonder how they made out?
Like the morning star among the clouds,
like the full moon at the festal season;
like the sun shining on the temple of the Most High,
like the rainbow gleaming in splendid clouds;
like roses in the days of first fruits,
like lilies by a spring of water,
like a green shoot on Lebanon on a summer day;
like fire and incense in the censer,
like a vessel of hammered gold
studded with all kinds of precious stones;
like an olive tree laden with fruit,
and like a cypress towering in the clouds.
When he put on his glorious robe
and clothed himself in perfect splendor,
when he went up to the holy altar,
he made the court of the sanctuary glorious.
Art Ministry preps the sanctuary. Six mobiles, each ten feet across and bearing 50 origami doves were one of our first Lenten installations. Each week a mobile is laid out on a table in the Narthex, where congregants can write their prayers on the doves. During the service the mobile is raised, one mobile a week for the six weeks of Lent.
The goal: a photo a day for Lent. (I’m already running behind). This is the upstairs studio at Scheide Hall at Princeton Theological Seminary where we have our film class. The structure combines strength and grace, and the light is what gives it its spirit and energy.
Learn where there is wisdom, where there is strength, where there is understanding, so that you may at the same time discern where there is length of days, and life, where there is light for the eyes, and peace. – Baruch 3:14