We visited a few churches. Beautiful, inspiring and a testament to the
This church was nearly annihilated during WW2. However, after several
decades its rebuilding was completed. One would hardly suspect that this
building was not the original.
Beautiful display, terrific visuals.
was the tiniest church we saw on trip, and you see it here in it's entirety.
The pews could hold only 5-6 people across, and there were beautiful murals
on the two side walls, a long standing Christian tradition in Germany.
This little chapel was at the glacier of Der Zugspitze.
The public and Scouts kept voices to a whisper inside this beautiful
Not an uncommon sight in European cathedrals to have
bones on display.It was a bit shocking, however, to see this skeleton.
A Scout is Reverent
It was pleasing to see how this rang true with the boys and
adults on the trip. There was always a sense of awe and respect given
to each of these churches.
Many of the young men took the time to light a candle. JK
(on the right) made it a point to light one for every church we entered.