For Monday Doorways let's focus on the doors of the Torah ark in the synagogue.
After two scrolls were taken out of the aron kodesh (the "holy ark"), the parochet (curtain) was again closed.
Enlarge the top picture and you can see the bar mitsvah boy holding a silver yad (pointer) and chanting his Torah portion.
At the end of the readings, the wooden cases of the scrolls are closed.
The parochet is drawn to the side, then the wooden holy ark doors are opened.
The scrolls are carefully put inside the ark while prayers are sung.
Then the doors and the curtain are closed.
Mazal tov to my young neighbor, the bar mitsvah boy!
He did well and made us proud.
This indoor tour can be for Our World Tuesday too.
Lots more posts about the Torah here.