There is something really wonderful about a church building in floodlight – maybe even magical.

Take a look at Fenstanton St. Peter & St. Paul parish church bathed in colour and you’ll get what I mean –

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Or maybe Fenton St. Mary’s church in the more traditional white spotlight-

I just think that a church lit up at night, whether in colour or in white light, is something a bit special, don’t you agree?

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I wonder what the Barony St. John church building would look like all lit up?

Spectacular, I think.

Inside, the Barony St. John is the wonderfully grand church organ –

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Now here is the organ in St. Luke’s in Glasgow, the former church which has now been converted into an Events Centre –

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You must admit, there are similarities – but here is St. Luke’s organ backlit with lights and hosting a music event –

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Looks pretty cool doesn’t it?

And here is our floor area –

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And here is St. Luke’s with the pews taken out and set up for a wedding –

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St. Luke’s also have a bar which can be lit in colours to match bridesmaids’ dresses or any colour scheme and matches the lights at the organ –

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Now how cool is that?

Wouldn’t the Barony St. John look superb if it had this makeover?

Well, it may well do – and it’s could be up to you. We are asking for your opinion in a Survey Monkey to determine what the Barony St. John buildings could be transformed into. So for your say on what we should do with them, simply log into https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/BaronyStJohn and give us your opinion.

Many thanks 😀

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