Yesterday, while traveling to the nearest building supply store, I had some extra time to photograph a church that I pass every time I take this road.
I would have to say...
it has the most unusual bell tower, in the area.
This gives you a better perspective of it's size and how it is mounted in the ground.
I've tweaked the photo by taking out all the color,
except for the bell.
Click on the photo for a better look.
The church has a very interesting history...that began in 1900.
A quote from the church history page....
" German and Czech pioneers, many of whom were first generation Americans, longed to have a place of worship for their families wherein they could worship as they desired."
If you are interested in reading more,
Even though the window has a reflection from the double glass,
you can still see the beautiful shapes
and color blue in the design.
The church truly has some unique elements,
like this deep-set alcove in the upper part of the sanctuary.
To view other churches from around the world.
That is really an unusual bell tower.ReplyDelete
Thanks, Jackie.....I enjoyed your church photos today, especially the beautiful hinges on the front door.Delete
Beautiful and unique!ReplyDelete
If I had to guess, someone locally manufactured all the metal work...as you said, "unique"Delete
That church is of the denomination that I belong to. Lovely unique looking bell tower.ReplyDelete
Hi Marcia....I hope you had a chance to click on the church history....it is really a very interesting story of it's beginnings.Delete
I love church steeples, but this is a bit too modern for this old guy! The window is a delight.ReplyDelete
Tom, I couldn't agree more....the older the better for me. But, I couldn't resist photographing something so unusual.Delete
An unusual bell tower, but I do like it!ReplyDelete
Thanks for stopping by, Michelle. Love your recent post with the Tobacco Barn...Delete
love that bell tower. i am in totally agreement with the others ... wow wee! so cool. ( :ReplyDelete