Above: This is the Church of Our Savior, located on Virginia Avenue in Atlanta. Their goal was to achieve a more Anglican look for their sanctuary. Everything was trimmed out in oak, including their stained glass windows.
Below: This is the Prayer Chapel. Again, the wood is oak. George built the altar and did the hand carving on the front.
Next is the white oak altar in St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church. The marble inlaid in the front is the marble from the altar that this one replaced. The crosses are inlaid walnut.
The Ambrey in St. Bartholomew's (shown below) is made from oak. The interior is lined with cedar.
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