Part 3 of St. Mary’s Church. This gives you a good perspective on the location of the church. I am out of the country for two weeks, so I won’t be posting for a while. See you soon!
Image numero 2 of this beautiful church in Port Washington, WI. I did try to go inside, but alas, the doors were locked.
This is the first of three images of St. Mary’s Catholic Church, Port Washington, WI. We paid our first visit to this beautiful lakeside community a couple of months ago where this church majestically watches over the town from its hilltop location.
We enjoyded a night in Chicago to celebrate our anniversary. Here is the view from our room of historic 4th Presbyterian Church in Chicago.
And just like that…winter arrives. November has been an unusually warm month here in the mid-west, but winter made a beautiful, grand entrance today. This is the church where I serve as a pastor.
Just had to post an image of the amazing day camp that we do each year at our church. This is SpyKidz 2015: Crux Grotto! Our sanctuary was transformed into an amazing environment of music, dance, video, skits, fun and, the hope of God’s love for over 500 kids!
A somber, final image from the church of my childhood.
Moving away from the shore and back to my home town for a series – if 4 is a series – of images of the church I grew up in. This is the old St. Raphael’s Church in East Meadow, NY. The parish has built a beautiful, modern sanctuary and this is all that remains of the St. Raphael’s of my childhood. The structure is in the shape of an “L”, with the altar right at the lower left corner where the horizontal and vertical lines of an “L” meet. This is taken from the alter looking at the longest part of the sanctuary.
One last image of the Church of the Nativity. This is a wider shot of the Church of St. Catherine (Roman Catholic), which is a part of the traditional site where Christ was born. One of the most amazing aspects of my trip to the Holy Land was the opportunity to visit so many beautiful cathedrals and churches.