Czech immigrants from Northeast Moravia settled this area around 1870.
Mass will be at 10am, today... followed by the annual church picnic.
I will be having lunch, prepared by volunteers of the parish, at the church pavilion.
It's almost too early to get a good photo of the stained glass windows.
The Moravian Catholic Church is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
This photo was taken during the winter....
It was almost dark.
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What a beautiful old church Meggie. We have been for a couple of hours drive today and passed through some gorgeous little villages with beautiful old stone churches. I love how they have stood the test of time.ReplyDelete
I like the double windows & arches. I don't think I have seen that before. Unique!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing it in InSPIREd Sunday.
Very interesting post. That is what America is made up of.. good working immigrants from other countries.ReplyDelete
The Morovian church looks lovely. I hope that mass was good.
I am sure the pic nick must have been such fun.
happy sunday Meggie.
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wow, i enjoy the different angles of the church. i really love the dark sunset shot. the last shot it is ... so mysterious. love it! take care. ( :ReplyDelete
Love the silhouette take. I am thinking - reverse painting on glass. I like the way the 3 crosses stand out against the country side.ReplyDelete
A beautiful church and I really like that last shot.ReplyDelete
That's a beautiful church and I love that blue sky! Have a great week!ReplyDelete