A beautiful Texas church, sitting high on the landscape.
It is rare when I cannot find out the history of a church structure.
As far as I could see, even their website had nothing on it's history.
The architecture is grand in appearance.
The Texas Historical Marker provides some information about Methodists in this area
The landscaping was immaculately kept....
Large trees providing shade from the hot Texas sun.
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Very lovely...thanks for sharing. Tom The Backroads TravellerReplyDelete
Such a simple looking place but those windows are just awesome!ReplyDelete
I read the plaque... the church is old. Looks like some Germans settled there in the 1800's.. maybe the local municipality will have more info..
Its a lovely building., with some nice masonary stone work.
the garden is lovely.
From what I remember of my visit to Houston and surrounding suberbs.. some of the area are so well kept.. lovely gardens. Gleaming cars too.
I am hoping to go back one day. I love Texas and the Texans.
Beautiful old church Meggie.ReplyDelete
Hi Meggie! What a pretty church with some great details!ReplyDelete
Attractive church. Nice clean lines. And, dare I say relatively ornate for a methodist place?ReplyDelete
That is a beautiful church. The landscaping really adds to the beauty. I would love to sit in the grass under that big tree.ReplyDelete
Good looking church! I really like the entrance.ReplyDelete
A very pretty church. I love the trees on the property and the shadows they cast.ReplyDelete
It's beautiful! I bet someone at the church has a written history tucked in a file cabinet somewhere.ReplyDelete
what is not to love. i enjoy it all ... i am always a fan of Methodist churches. but maybe that is because i was raised in that kind of church??ReplyDelete
sorry i am late commenting ... i have been away. ( :