Houses of worship: Bethel Lutheran Church, Springfield, Georgia
Continuing my series of photo blogs of houses of worship I like, we see a great example of a wonderful Lutheran tradition. Notice the red door at on the sanctuary of Bethel Lutheran Church, Springfield, Georgia. Local Lutherans tell me that many Lutherans paint their church doors red because one must go through the blood of Jesus to enter the church. That’s great theology, and the classic all-American white wooden structure to this congregation is outstanding for its simple beauty.
Posted on October 30, 2014, in Photography and tagged architecture, Bethel, church, Georgia, Lutheran, sanctuary, Springfield. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.
My Grandmother and great grandparents as well as many other relatives are buried here. I’ve always loved this building!! Thank you for sharing!