This is a Lutheran Church. Their traditional liturgy is more Catholic than our modern liturgy. In other words it is more Tridentine in order and ethos. Their only problem, and it is a big only, is they don’t believe Holy Orders is a Sacrament (only two Sacraments, Baptism and Communion). But they forget that to have a valid “Communion” you must have a valid Sacrament of Holy Orders, especially priests and bishops.
But what they feign is pretty good at times from the “movie” point of view.
But someone actually opined that in St. Anne’s little Puritan chapel that went through the RCIA and was baptized, Confirmed and made Eucharistic in its Catholic conversion in 1955, it was wrong to place in it a Catholic altar, a tabernacle with vigil lamp and a San Damiano crucifix with ornate, Italianate altar frontal.Why? Because the chapel is or was Puritan. You can’t make this stuff up! But anyway: