Saturday, 10 January 2015
Photo a Day 10
Walk by this stylized cross practically every day. It's an adornment beside the main entrance to a Presbyterian church which is also home to a daycare centre, meeting hall and a de facto community meeting place. Except for the name the only other mark to identify the building as a church is a small two foot regular cross cut into the concrete above the entrance. Most Christian crosses have three arms of equal length and a fourth longer one while this one reminds me more of a Greek crosses which usually have four equal arms. The church seems designed to fit into the surrounding area rather than stand out and continually call attention to itself.