Turn left and walk toward the Eagle shaped lectern.
The Eagle lectern is where lessons from the bible are read during services. Look up and you will see an angel who once was part of a flock adorning the clerestory windows above the arches along the side aisles.
Below her there is a Canterbury cross. The cross is a copy of two medieval brooches found during construction excavations in Canterbury, England. In the 1930s the Church of England adopted it as a symbol representing the Anglican Communion. Canterbury crosses, made with pieces of stone from Canterbury, were sent to 92 world-wide Anglican cathedrals as a visible symbol of the communion with Canterbury. Whenever a new Cathedral is consecrated, it receives a Canterbury cross with an inscription like this one.