Greetings to all.
As some of you may know, I’m running a blog site that is dedicated to photographing churches as I travel about. Recently, I happened to notice, while passing through Gillette Wyoming, that a church location that I’d photographed some time ago seemed to have been abandoned by its congregation. I soon learned that it had relocated, and frankly I’m glad as their old church didn’t look like much.
This would be the Holy Resurrection Antiochian Orthodox in Gillette, and I learned that it had moved into what had been the Episcopal Church, which must have also relocated. In looking into it, I emailed the Pastor, to confirm the relocation, which he did.
He also invited me, next time I’m there, to stop by and photograph the interior, which has been extensively redone by the Parishioners. I may avail myself of that opportunity. Here’s my question, therefore.
I know what to do in a Catholic Church, but I’m unaware if there’s anything I must keep in mind upon entering an Orthodox or Eastern Catholic Church. Is there anything I should keep in mind so as to not offend propriety?