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St Stephens Church Windsor Uk 1

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These images are part of a new series that I am working on in my spare time, this is St Stephens Church in Windsor UK


A beautiful Victorian Anglo-Catholic building (new lighting system and "loop"). Our contempory catholic worship style blends old and new to offer worship and encourage spiritual life as beautiful (if not more so) than our building.


Links with the Clewer Sisters and the Catholic Revival at the time of Canon Carter give St Stephen's a special place in the history of Anglo-Catholicism in Windsor. (Source: http://www.achurchnearyou.com/clewer-st-stephen/)

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