Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Palace of Praise Church


Evidently, this church is part of a larger group called Disciples of Jesus Ministries, Inc. It looks to be largely African-American. The links to Palace of Praise websites are no longer working, so it's possible the church is no longer in business.

In you're interested in the Disciples of Jesus Ministries, click here.

14 comments:

Halcyon said...

Ah... a church that went bankrupt. I wonder what Jesus thinks of that.

Olivier said...

belle maison toute en bois, et j'aime bien ces grandes fenĂȘtres.

cieldequimper said...

A church INC.????? OMG. It'd be classified as a sect here pretty quickly.

VP said...

Churches going out of business like restaurants?

Kcalpesh said...

Whether in business or not, the place does have a very good feel! Nice capture Jacob!!

Daryl said...

Nice shot .. and thanks for the link, I always enjoying learning something new

Small City Scenes said...

That is quite a moniker for that tiny building although I suppose size doesn't matter.

snicker

MB

Halcyon said...

PS: I have a cousin who married an Aggie. We hardly speak to him anymore. ;-)

(Okay... so we do speak to him, a little.)

EG Wow said...

It's interesting how some churches come and go. Websites come and go too, eh?

Jarart said...

At one time this might have been a cute home for someone. Maybe it will be again?

Trillian said...

This building is small but very nice!

Small City Scenes said...

Thanks for the lovely poem. I like it!

As for my remark on Cedar Key:
you're right!!

MB

Per Stromsjo said...

Size does matter. Out of all churches I have visited, the favourite ones tend to be smallish.

Francisca said...

There's another church in your state that's been in the news lately that I wish WOULD go bankrupt. Heard of the Dove Outreach? Gives me the chills.

"Photographers deal in things which are continually vanishing and when they have vanished there is no contrivance on earth which can make them come back again." — Henri Cartier-Bresson