Monday Window – December 21, 2020

Church window from the outside

This past year has been difficult. The pandemic has impacted every part of our world. There is light bringing hope for the future. For now, however, there is a new normal.

The doors of this church are brightly illuminated and inviting, but the reality is that reservations are required to attend, and no more than twenty-five can be admitted to a service.

The message of this holiday season is hope, hope for a new time without fear, without the hardships and agonies. That is also my wish to you.

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.:. © 2020 Ludwig Keck

By Ludwig

Lending a helping hand where I can. . . My motto: If it is worth doing, it is worth doing well.


  1. If you squint your eyes a bit, those windows look like candles …
    My Christmas week offering is fairly prosaic but it is from the birthplace of one Johann Sauer who printed the first German bible in the US.

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  2. Thank you eklastic! Yes, I can see the candles now! I loved your post and the bit of history. The Amish, or some of them, still keep their “dutch” dialect alive.

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