St. Timothy's Episcopal Church: Case Study

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The first place that came to mind when I read about this discussion is the church I attended in my home town called St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church. I remember the sanctuary quite well. It contained stained glass windows and an intricate altar with an even more intricate organ. Everything was very tall, especially the altar. There was huge cross that hung from way up high on the back wall of the altar. Another factor is that Episcopalians based their beliefs and ceremonies off of the Catholic Church thus it is very ritualistic and detailed. The participants that helped the reverend during the service made up the altar guild. The altar guild plus several school aged children (middle school and high school aged) would dress in white robes

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