High walls of thin-coursed rough sandstone and an east wall of opaque glass in a wooden screen stretch from a flagstone floor to exposed ceiling beams on the interior of the Danforth Chapel. A cantilevered altar of black marble and full-height stained glass panels create ascetic simplicity. Double doors beneath a pergola are of hammered bronze with bas-relief angels wearing jeweled halos. A freeform sandstone wall holds back the hillside on the east, defining a small meditation garden.
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