Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Christian Life Assembly of God



This is a relatively new church on the outskirts of town. I know nothing about it, except that as an Assembly of God congregation it would be considered a fundamentalist Christian operation.

18 comments:

Stefan Jansson said...

We have two churches in Tungelsta. One of them has been empty for a few years now, I take that as a good sign.

magiceye said...

Love the 2nd pic!

Sharon said...

I'd steer clear if I were you.

Birdman said...

The naming of churches is strange today.

Judy said...

Interesting building. It doesn't look like a church. The one I posted today looks like a church but it isn't.

cieldequimper said...

Ah... ummm... er... You know... I agree with Stefan...

llandudnopictures said...

It's a very basic looking church!

RedPat said...

No decoration at all!

Viera said...

Such a beautiful sunny day...great captures...

Jack said...

Charming. Until they find an architect, you can stay away.

Kay said...

Except for the colors, it looks like one of those "temporary" school classroom setups they have in California. Temporary in name only since they generally stopped building new schools in Calif. sometime around World War II.

hamilton said...

This looks more like a motel than a church!

Randy said...

Well we know they don't spend their donations on a church building.

Halcyon said...

I agree with Hamilton. Bt I guess god won't mind. :)

Randy said...

Oh by the way, regarding your comment about the necklace. You would be surprised how many men would wear a necklace like that. Mostly Native American males but there were some other their with similar jewelry.

Small City Scenes said...

Nice sign.

Bibi said...

I steer clear of fundamentalists of any religion.

EG CameraGirl said...

I'm not familiar with this denomination. Hmmm.

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