For some reason, I don't have a single shot of its exterior. I'll keep an eye out.
Looking out the front foor from the apse.
The BIG original woodstove. The apse is beautiful, but hard to photograph because of the amount of light those windows let in. However, the visual effect at 10:00am on a Sunday morning is stunning.
Umm ... don't tell the bishop I was sitting in her chair.
Following is a bunch of fire-starting photos. Believe it or not, I was always a little nervous lighting fire in this building. Look hard ... it's all wood. Wood that has been allowed to cure for 140 years.
Another photo of the church's interior.
This photo is quite deliberate. Can you make out the portrait on the wall behind me? That's the Rev'd James Reynard ... the original Barkerville priest. Can you see the size of that beard? That's what I had to live up to.
That's the rope for the church bell we are gathered around. EVERYONE wanted to summon the faithful.