As the photo shows, the wall behind the altar has been painted a softer version of the teal found in the slate floor, bringing out the color in the floor. This makes the cross formed by the architectural design clearly stand out. The piano has a frontal made by Summer Campers and found packed away. We have rehung the St. Michael needlepoint behind the piano, where it can be seen by all. And, starting with a driftwood cross to be made this summer, there will be liturgical art on the left wall, rotating with the seasons. The Jesus with crown of thorns will be back during Lent and Holy Week. Lastly, the old curtain is gone! In its place are three roller shades that complement the walls, you can see the lake and trees through them. Gorgeous! Come and see.
Newly Painted Walls, light teal to bring out the color in the floors at the Chapel of St. Michael.
RPIC serves Rock Point Vision: At present we sponsor four retreats, hold a monthly eucharist, take care of the chapel at the BBCC, and are involved in a variety of service at RP including The Partners Pantry, freezing and canning produce for the local food shelf, working on pilgrimages, and engaging in parts of Rock Point’s land use implementation. Our Monthly eucharists this summer are at the BBCC: July 8 at p.m.; August 12 at 6:00, and September 8 at noon. Join us as you can. RPIC is open to all. Contact the Rev. Jackie Arbuckle for more information or to become involved.