Thursday, January 20, 2011

Christ's Church - Marion County...


...and it says so, right on the sign and the building.

14 comments:

T. Becque said...

This is not a reflection on your photo at all, just what your photo sparked in me - I wish we could get more creative with our church architecture. They are beginning to resemble big box stores, I see this all around here too.
And thank you for your flattery on my photos, it certainly makes me feel good :)

Randy said...

Wow I didn't know he had a place in Florida!

magiceye said...

love the bright blues!

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

I find this church architecture very strange. The steeple is classic. That is about it. The main entrance looks like a drive up portico of a motel, and the entrance is on the side of what appears to be the axis of the church.

Without the steeple and the sign, I would not think that this is a church. It looks more like a motel.

Small City Scenes said...

I suppose most churches belong to Him. Or should. I also suppose it depends on who's running it. MB



My WV was lessin----and I also suppose this should be one--heehee

Cezar and Léia said...

It's a beautiful church and I liked a lot the turret!Maybe they also have a bell there!
*** the blue sky background is awesome! :)
Léia

Irredento Urbanita said...

Faith has place everywhere, that's incredibly good, when faith is true of course.

Regards

Valery

[Barcelona Daily Photo]

nopham said...

Jesus Loves Me or Jesus Loves You.....I let you finish this sentence. Re: CK Bakery-Place your order, they will be delivered on Wednesday.

Birdman said...

Ouch!!! That there is a SHARP spire.

Halcyon said...

At least there is no confusion as to what (and where) this church is. :)

Lois said...

That is a very pretty steeple, but the sky steals the show in these pictures!

Jarart said...

So now we know!

Sequim Daily Photo said...

I have never seen a church named that before. Pretty blue sky.

EG Wow said...

At first I though that was a drive-through in the center - you know, where you could get a short, pithy drive-thru sermon. :)

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