Throwback Thursday & Photo Project

For the past Liturgical year, I undertook a year-long personal photography challenge to capture and document the life of our church. Beginning the first Sunday of Advent 2018 and finishing at the end of November 2019, I captured slightly more than 7,500 images. While I didn’t get to every activity, I feel I got the majority and was able to capture the faces and spirit of our congregation.

Working with the PCM Aesthetics Committee, I have a goal to create a collection of photos for display that chronicles the year. The plan is to have this photo collection ready for viewing at the start of Lent beginning on Ash Wednesday.

Although some of the photos you have already seen since they have been used on the PCM website, Capital campaign literature, brochures and on Facebook , my favorites have been held back in anticipation of the display.

To begin giving a sneak peek at some images I captured along the way, I’m borrowing the popular Instagram trend of “Throwback Thursday.” Each Thursday from now till February, I’ll be posting a photo from last year as a preview to the display. Here goes…

Throwback Thursday #tbt

Who remembers the adorable Startzell sisters dressed alike for Christmas?



  1. I certainly remember them. I miss that family; their faith and commitment were a joy.
    It will be fun seeing your pictures every week!

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