St. Germain's church steeple; the bell rings each Sunday at 10am.1-IMG_0351

At left, St. Germain’s church steeple; the bell rings each Sunday at 10am.  At right, “the Church on the Hill” sign on Hwy 191/Lake Cushman Rd at the driveway.

We're grateful for our new (in tune) piano!
We’re grateful for our new (in tune) piano!
Easter 2014
Easter Sunday, 2014
Our hardworking Bishop's Committee at their annual retreat.
Our hardworking Bishop’s Committee at their annual retreat.
Morning fog over Hood Canal, from the Port of Hoodsport's public dock.
Morning fog over Hood Canal, from the Port of Hoodsport’s public dock.
St. Germain, the "Church on the Hill," viewed from Hwy 119 (Lake Cushman Rd.)
St. Germain, the “Church on the Hill,” viewed from Hwy 119 (Lake Cushman Rd.)
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Parking lot and main entry doors to St. Germain

 

 

 

 

 

Main entry to St. Germain Parish Hall and Sanctuary.
Main entry to St. Germain Parish Hall and Sanctuary.

 

 

 

St. Germain, viewed from the west, with the memorial garden in the foreground.
St. Germain, viewed from the west, with the memorial garden in the foreground.
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Sanctuary
Pulpit with Altar in background
Pulpit, with Altar in background
Baptismal Font & Paschal Candle
Baptismal Font & Paschal Candle
Bishop Rickel's 2014 visit with the Bishop's Committee.
Bishop Rickel’s informal meeting with the Bishop’s Committee following his 2014 visit for baptisms and receptions
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Sacristy stained glass window
St. Germain Window
St. Germain Window
Sanctuary Candle & Aumbry
Sanctuary Candle & Aumbry
Memorial Garden Markers
Memorial Garden Markers
Memorial Garden Monument
Memorial Garden Monument

6 thoughts on “Photo Album

  • November 23, 2013 at 11:53 am
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    Very well done. I like the pictures.
    This is a lovely small church and I enjoy worshiping there.
    The congregation is friendly and the Potlucks are great. Sharing a meal together is a good way to become better acquainted and to find out what a particular church is all about.

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  • May 1, 2014 at 4:43 pm
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    Sarah – Thanks for your kind comments. This website is a work in progress (as is my learning curve on working with it)! The Diocesan Tech Specialist has been a big help.

    Blessings, Matt

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  • July 21, 2014 at 9:19 am
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    St. Germain has become a haven to me. The congregation welcomed me into the fold and I love attending and worshipping here.

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  • September 11, 2014 at 2:13 pm
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    St. Germain has been my church home since purchasing a house in the area in 1998. It’s been a highlight of my life to belong to a spirited, though very small in numbers, congregation. We’re all from quite different backgrounds, meeting together to develop and deepen our understanding of God’s will for us in today’s world!

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  • August 18, 2015 at 9:10 pm
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    Great website. It looks like you could be somewhere in Switzerland! Looking forward to a visit.

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    • August 25, 2015 at 10:34 am
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      St. Germain is blessed with a beautiful natural setting. We hope you’re able to join us soon & see for yourself!

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