is of the altar at Honey Creek, the
Diocese of Georgia's camp and conference
center. The photo was taken at the
conclusion of a service of light, ending
the day at the High School Summer Camp.
This service is a highlight of camp for
me each year. The campers are always
affected by the service beginning in the
darkness, save the Paschal Candle
burning before the altar. Then we each
light our own candle and then hundreds
of candles on and around the altar from
that one light of Christ.
The words connected to this image are
the words of the service itself found on
page 110 of the Book of Common Prayer.
They are a quote from 2 Corinthians 4,
"For the same God who said, 'Out of
darkness let light shine,' has caused
his light to shine within us, to give us
the light of revelation
the revelation of the glory of God in
the face of Jesus Christ."
Frank Logue is an Episcopal priest and
church planter who previously
worked as a professional photographer.
Visual arts continue to be connected
to his experience of the Christian
The Rev. Frank Logue
Parish: King of Peace Episcopal Church -