Category Archives: Trinity Episcopal Parish

Trinity Stained Glass

It seems I always have a camera with me (in the event an alien lands on my hood) and while I was wondering around the church the light hit this window just right to illuminate it with some magnificent color. … Continue reading

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More Stained Glass

There are several separate panels in our church’s stained glass display – this is yet another view.(Click on the photo to view a larger image).

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This and That

Our Church, Trinity Episcopal Church in Waterloo, had (or is having) a “This and That” rummage sale. Part of the sale is selling raffle tickets (with a state permit) to win a fully furnished doll house. I don’t know who … Continue reading

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Tree or What’s Left

Trinity Tree in 2005 2009 2009 At Night 2009 taken with a 100-400mm Canon Lens I’ve been photographing this tree behind Trinity Episcopal Parish for years. (Click on a photograph for a larger view).

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Changes Over Time

2009There is a tree behind Trinity Episcopal Parish which we have called “Trini-tree”. The parish has watched this tree grow over time -and, die over time. Kind of mirrors life… 2005 Unknown (Photo courtesy of Brandon Nieman)(Click on a photo … Continue reading

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Fat Tuesday

My Church, Trinity Episcopal Parish, in Waterloo, Iowa, flew in 100 lbs of Louisiana crayfish to celebrate Fat Tuesday. Our standard fare for years has been pancakes and this year one of our youth suggested something different. It was a … Continue reading

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Pipe Organ

This is a photo of the pipe organ in our church, Trinity Episcopal Parish. I’m sure there is a colorful history that goes along with the instrument, but I’m not familiar with the story. I’ll have to ask… In the … Continue reading

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