Corn Belt Territory
This story explores the beauty of the University United Methodist Church in Syracuse, New York.
Members of the University United Methodist Church choir make their way to the piano balcony for the Sunday morning service.
The front steps of the University United Methodist church.
Prayer requests have been submitted during Sunday service. They sit next to a stole which symbolizes inclusion in this church. The prayer requests this week were largely for peach on SU's campus during racial incidents.
Stained glass windows cover the largest walls of the sanctuary.
Faraha was baptized during the service this week and she is being greeted by other members of the church.
Churchgoers entering the church on Sunday morning for breakfast. The church hosts approximately 200 people every two weeks for breakfast.
Lights falls into the front entrance of the University United Methodist Church.
Richard who works as a greeter and security at the church holds the door and assists people entering for Sunday service.
Exterior of the University United Methodist Church during golden hour.
Light casts on a pew which has the same red velvet as the Methodist church in my hometown.
Churchgoer exits the sanctuary to talk with Pastor Alicia before leaving.
Light falls in the back entrance of the church.
Richard waits at the door to ensure that people exiting make it safely to their cars.
Photographer Syracuse, New York
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