A Tour of the Sanctuary
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Our beautiful Sanctuary was originally used only for Festivals, but is now used every Sabbath to accommodate our expanding congregation.
These comfortable solid oak pews were donated by a loving member of the Church from Oregon.
There are large signs on both sides of the Sanctuary. The Ten Commandments and the Apostles Creed represent the cornerstones of the Christian Faith.
These signs were professionally made from redwood with gold leaf lettering and constructed and donated by loving friends in Arkansas.
This truly Grand Piano, donated by a patron in Texas, is 'instrumental' and 'plays' an important part in all worship services.
The sign on the south side of the building serves as a backdrop to this organ used every Sabbath day, played with talented and loving hands.
Here is a close-up of the Ten Commandments sign.
The Altar area at the back of the Sanctuary, has a beautiful stained glass window overlooking this Holy place in the Sanctuary. The stain glass was designed, constructed, and donated from longtime members in California.
The Church banner, depicted in stain glass, hangs over the main door to the Sanctuary. This glass also came from California.
Flags of the various countries where the 12 Tribes of Israel migrated hang on the walls throughout the Sanctuary. Of the four Tribal Standards, here is the one for the Camp of Joseph.
Designed and donated by a long time friend in Michigan, there are 12 beautiful stained glass windows designed around each of the Tribes of Israel.
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