|St. James Church altar surrounded with Mercer tiles.|
|Henry Mercer - 1856-1930|
|The Moravian Pottery & Tile Works in Doylestown, PA|
|A stove plate is part of the fireplace design at the Deitz|
Refectory at the Lancaster Theological Seminary in Lancaster, PA.
|One of the tiles in St. James titled "Wedding at Cana,|
Changing of water to wine." This is from St. John 2:1-11.
Notice the colors and glazes on the tiles.
|This tile is titled "Miracle of the oil." On the left - Widow|
approaches the prophet; center - Widow pours oil from
miraculous jug; right - Man pours oil. From II Kings 4:1-7.
|A tile titled "Peace" which is represented by Mennonites.|
|The beautiful and glowing Mercer tiles line the|
main aisle of St. James Episcopal Church.
PS - remember to click on the photos to enlarge them.
|Here you can see the Mercer floor tiles leading to the altar.|
|Another photograph showing the apse with the Mercer Chancel tiles.|
|Looking towards the west side of the church. Tiles line the floor from front to back.|
|One of many individual tiles that add artistic balance to the Chancel tiles.|
|"Garden of Eden" scene from Genesis 2|
|Corner tile titled "Miracle of the widow's oil" from II Kings 4:1-7|
|This is part of the new construction that was recently finished. The tiles are new Mercer tiles and are part of the Narthex. Directly through the windows can be seen our new fountain to the left and the windows of the Chapel hallway to the right.|
|This photograph is from the St. James website and shows the church steeple in the center with the Narthex to the left.|
|And finally, the inside of the brochure that was designed and printed by our church secretary, Karen. Click on the photo and you can see all the tiles that are part of our Henry Mercer Chancel Tiles.|