The newly updated photos of a New Orleans church service on Saturday show how it was transformed during the service.
The photos show that as the congregation chanted together in a large, open-air church service, it became clear that the pastor was not at the microphone but in the back of the room, the church website reported.
The church service in New Orleans was the first time in years that a pastor would sit on the sidelines of a congregation singing together.
The pastor was actually in the crowd in the front row, wearing a suit and speaking to the congregation.
The church is located at 1201 N. Carrollton St., a few blocks from the Louisiana State Capitol.
In addition to the new photos, the website reported, the service also received a number of small changes to the interior.
The photos also show a small wooden sign outside the front door with a message from the pastor: “I love you, and I love you dearly.”
The church will be held at 7 p.m. on Sept. 25, and the service will begin at 8 p.s.m., with a program beginning at 9:30 p.p.m and ending at 10:30 a.m..