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Sunday, January 04, 2009

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Chris M.

I grew up in this parish until moving to Raleigh in 1998, and still attend services there with my parents if I'm in town on a Sunday. The outside is unconventional but the inside is quite dramatic (as you noted in your later post) with the massive exposed beams and skylights along the roof's peak. During a tour of the church given while it was still under construction, we were told that the roof beams symbolize praying hands raised to heaven--a nice piece of imagery that has stayed with me through the years.

The church was completed with plain glass windows for financial reasons; the lower windows were replaced with stained glass in, I believe, 1994 or '95 and the upper "rose" windows slightly later.

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