Along the Isar is St. Luke’s Lutheran Church.
It’s large, but in a different way. The church is not the long and narrow kind of large, but rather more like a large square. It was very unique inside, and beautiful. I was drawn to the windows.
At the front of the church was the altar or course.
The color of the windows was such a contrast to the stone color all over the church. They stuck out more so than I have noticed in other churches.
This window especially called my attention.
There’s something about it. Maybe the shape. Maybe the red in the middle. Maybe the lines within the window.
One of things this church does, is continuously draw your attention heavenward. When you stand in the middle of the church and you look up, this is what you see:
It’s the center tower. So simple, yet elegant.
I love visiting churches – they are all so unique and yet have commonalities. There are certain things that draw our attention. There might be stuff we don’t like too.
All of this reminds me of something else. Kind of like people.