There was a service taking place when we visited but we could see from the door just how beautiful and ornate the place was. The colours glistening from the sunlight pouring through the stained glass windows, the sweeping arches joining the masonry, the wonderful cedar wood doors & seating & the floor tiling. It's all so much to take in, you can almost forget it's actually a place of worship!
Whoever designed it should feel very proud. I hope he lived long enough to see the finished work of art fully constructed. A legacy for many future generations to use, appreciate & enjoy. Nice one.
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