I would love to be able to stop for coffee here!! I have been doing some interviewing of small town ministers during my travels. Eventually, I would love to see if someone wants them for a recurring column. Your pictures are lovely.
I love when new uses are found, for all older buildings. Especially churches, since they are so unique in design. Such a waste to lose them. Congratulations to those who re-claim them! Around these parts, big churches are made into condos or apartments or whatever. But the outside is mostly left in tact. I love it!Mari-Nanci
I love the pictures you have here. And thanks Mary Beth for stopping by my blog and leaving a comment. Have you're having a good day there, it's snowing here right now!
Oops, I meant 'hope' you're having a good day! Hugs!
WOW!!! Look at this Header!!!!Mari-Nanci
I would love to restore an old church into a home. What a cute place!
I wish I had taken pictures of all the old "vintage" churches in Virginia when I lived there. Some were so quaint! I lived across the street from one old country church that had a grave yard next to it. I would walk through it, reading the headstones, etc. Such great history in these churches! Thanks for sharing these! Cora
I've really enjoyed visiting your "Holy Houses" blog. It's wonderful!I've a couple photos of churches here in Alaska that you might enjoy. I could email them to you if you're interested. Let me know.Gwynjuneaudailyphoto@yahoo.com
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