Orthodox Mother had a reader’s request to share photos of our prayer space (corner) because as a new Orthodox person, the reader didn’t have a clue on what one looked like, etc. To assist Orthodox Mother’s dear reader, I post a photo of my own prayer corner, a term used loosely since it isn’t really a “corner” but a wall.
In case you are unable to see the icons clearly, they are as follows:
Top row (l – r): The Holy Theotokos, Christ, Rublev’s Trinity
Middle row (l – r): St. Athanasius the Great, a photograph of Blessed Fr. Sophrony, icon of Blessed Fr. Sophrony & St. Silouan the Athonite, blessed photo of the Weeping icon of St. Anna
Under shelf (l – r): St. Xenia of St. Petersburg, The Holy Theotokos & All the North American Saints
Pop on over to Orthodox Mother’s blog and help out her dear reader.