Our parish church was painted recently. But before the painting took place, several pictures of the inside were taken during the mission that was held around Memorial Day. Over the next few posts, I would like to share a few with you.
Two views of the ceiling of the church. The ceiling was recently cleaned during the painting of the curch. The walls of the sacristy are now a creamy white with a tint of green.
This is the stained glass window in the choir loft. This is illuminated at night and can be seen from the street.
This is the window that depicts Our Lady of Czestochowa. Our parish was begun as a mission parish that ministered to the Polish immigrants almost 100 years ago. While a good number of our parishioners are of Polish descent, we are now a parish that represents a wide variety of ethnic backgrounds.
I will post more photos later.