• Parsonage entrance 

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      Left: exterior stairs descending from parsonage courtyard. Private entrance to manse is visible in doorway to the right of the belltower.
    • Part of our feast 

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      Delicious.
    • Pastor's desk 

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      It bears a remarkable similarity to those of many American pastors.
    • Pastors' library 

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      The Japanese church is known for it's accademic strength.
    • Pew "tables" 

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      The hole in this fold down table on the pew backs is for the little glass cup of wine and for a "table" for the celebration of the Lord's Supper.
    • Pew ends 

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      The elegant marble pew ends which seem to rise out of the marble floor fortunately have cushioned seats.
    • Pews 

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      The pews may not be elegantly comfortable for more than a wedding ceremony.
    • Preparing for our flight home 

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    • Primary entrance 

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      The primary entrance is through a courtyard formed by a curved wall formed by the lot line of the property. A large Zelkova tree has been planted in the courtyard, offering shade and welcome to the entrance as one leaves ...
    • Pulipt 

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    • Pulpit 

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      With the aid of flash the stone pulpit with it's symbols of the evangelists gives visual importance to the sermon.
    • Return to the world 

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      Throughout Ando has revealed his preference for a spare architectural palette. Marble stairs, concrete walls with the signature marking of the square form plates and a spare hand rail.
    • Reverend Kalb prepares to serve communion. 

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      As a gracious eccumenical gesture Father Schmit at the end of the service for the Word took his stole and placed it upon Reverend Kalb as she began the service of the Sacrament.
    • Reverse view of parsonage courtyard 

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      Standing in the courtyard to the parsonage, to the left are exterior stairs leading to street level, to the right is a door leading to stairs down to the chapel level.
    • Right side of the room 

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      Amy Meyer, Karolina Harris, Nancy and Jim Ream, Barbara Debrodt, Joy Parrish, Pat and Jim Paull.
    • "A river ran through it" 

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    • Roof structure 

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    • Saint Anselm's Roman Catholic Church 

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      Antonin Raymond, architect.
    • Same interior from above 

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      Same view from a level reached by one medium size, one long, and one short escalator now looking down to the street level floor of the station.