The Chapel of St. Andrew ~ Gloucester Cathedral

Gloucester Cathedral is so full of amazing things to see. This first photo is a small view of the Nave of the cathedral. The other photos will be of The Chapel of St. Andrew.

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Bourton-Gloucester 071“The frescoes and the decorations in this chapel of Saint Andrew were a labour of love on the part of Thomas Gambier Parry of Highnam Court and were erected by him to the Glory of God”

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Bourton-Gloucester 069I will give thee a Crown of Life

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Bourton-Gloucester 064Behold the Lamb of God ~ Master Where Dwelleth Thou

Bourton-Gloucester 068The Path of the Just is as the Shining Light which shineth more and more unto the Perfect Day.

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Bourton-Gloucester 074You really need some time to take in the beauty and history of a cathedral like Gloucester. You start getting redundant with your adjectives when you walk through all the grandeur.

Back here in the state of Washington we are working hard at keeping our days straight because of the Monday holiday. We hope that Thursday is the last day that the bathroom renovators will be in our bathroom. Time will tell.

About Ellen am a wife, mother, baba (grandmother) and a loyal friend. Jesus is my King and my hope is in my future with Him.

5 thoughts on “The Chapel of St. Andrew ~ Gloucester Cathedral

  1. Yes, I would imagine the scale of intricacy and beauty is noted over and over. But I don’t think I’ve seen a cathedral with actual words used in the decor as this one.

    Wonders may continue and today may be the last day for your renovators 🙂

  2. O, my…aren’t they every one just breathtaking. I am so glad you got to see all this in person..I sure enjoyed looking at all of it today.

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