Sunday, December 31, 2006

Saint Andrew's Anglican Church,
Tinley Park, Illinois

A parish of the Reformed Episcopal Church

Morning Prayer, 9:30 AM
Holy Eucharist 10:30 AM

A few more photographs of the parish from Christmastide, for your enjoyment: 1) the Nativity Window, 2) the Advent Wreath and Christ Candle with the Incarnation Window in the background, 3) the Very Rev'd Frank Levi, rector of the parish and Dean of the Convocation of the Incarnation, 4) the Nativity in front of the sanctuary.

Please come and visit us if you are in the Chicago area.


Paul Goings said...

With my tongue firmly planted in my cheek, may I suggest that the Crib in the last picture should probably be turned over to Death Bredon for destruction, thus eliminating another artifact of un-catholic Counter-Reformation "popery."

Or as a friend likes to say, "I love Christmas! It's the one time of the year when even the vast majority of prots are equal-opportunity idol-worshippers."

Rev. Dr. Hassert said...

Yes, it is true--and everyone loves statues and pictures of the Blessed Virgin at Christmas as well.