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Cherry Chalice and Paten

Cherry Chalice and Paten

Altar service of cherry. The chalice is probably the most gnarly piece of wood I’ve turned—worm holes, cracks, tortured grain, altogether seemingly unusable; reclaimed from the firewood stack. However, just as we ourselves can be pretty ugly, God can reclaim us and use us for His glory. A fun project.
Photo by Tod Martens—Thanks Tod!

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2 responses

  1. Sharen Muller

    I don’t know if this item is for sale, but would like to know the price of it if it is. It is truly lovely!

    August 19, 2013 at 1:00 pm

    • Sharen, thank you for your kind words. This was actually a (more-or-less) commissioned set. A worship pastor friend asked if I could created a communion set for him. I wasn’t sure, so I gave him kind of a squishy non-answer and then went home to see if I could! I was pleased to provide it to him.

      August 19, 2013 at 1:22 pm

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