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The Story Behind the Sanctuary’s Cross

By February 26, 2020News

The cross suspended above the altar in our Sanctuary signifies the risen Christ. The red center represents sacrifice and the five black spots indicate the wounds suffered by our Lord. The royal color of purple at the ends of the cross assure the Christian that Christ now rules as the King of Kings. The cross of enameled copper was designed by the architect and executed by Mrs. Carl W. Olson and Mrs. Oscar Humble.

Kathleen Simley

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