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Monday
Nov262012

Painted Church - Serbin, Texas

About 50 miles East of Austin in Serbin, Texas is St. Paul Lutheran Church. Serbin was settled in 1854 by almost 600 Wendish immigrants persuing religious freedom led by Pastor Johann Kilian. Built in 1870, St. Paul Lutheran Church is an example of Wendish architecture and culture.  In October, I had the chance to visit Serbin.  Enjoy some of the images I captured during my visit.  Click on an image to see a larger version.

The church looks rather plain when you approach it.

Photograph ©2012 Alex Suárez. All rights reserved. Click image to view a larger version.Here's a monument on the property.

Photograph ©2012 Alex Suárez. All rights reserved. Click image to view a larger version.A side view of the church.

Photograph ©2012 Alex Suárez. All rights reserved. Click image to view a larger version.This is the view from the back of the church when you step through the doors. Notice that the pulpit is upstairs.

Photograph ©2012 Alex Suárez. All rights reserved. Click image to view a larger version.Here's a fisheye view of the entire ceiling.

Photograph ©2012 Alex Suárez. All rights reserved. Click image to view a larger version.A fisheye view from the altar looking back to the entrance.  Notice the pipe organ upstairs in the back.

Photograph ©2012 Alex Suárez. All rights reserved. Click image to view a larger version.The altar.

Photograph ©2012 Alex Suárez. All rights reserved. Click image to view a larger version.

Pastor Johann Kilian's cabin.

Photograph ©2012 Alex Suárez. All rights reserved. Click image to view a larger version.