Gethsemene Lutheran Church

I recently attended a musical performance at Gethsemene Lutheran Church, and I found the architecture interesting. During the Middle Ages, it was perfectly normal for churches and cathedrals to be the centers of the community, where music, meetings, theological discussions and other non-ceremonial events would have occurred simply because they were the only large buildings in a city for such gatherings to take place.

It’s interesting to see how the architecture of Lutheran churches differ from other denominations. There is still a red candle to denote the Holy Spirit, but the space is overall very sparse.

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