Imagine that! You can own a church! #ww
Such a beautiful structure. It's rather sad to see it for sale. A building like that should be full of people singing praises!Thank you for sharing at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2014/10/success.html.
That is the first time I have seen a church up for sale heheh!Have a good week
My immediate thought was that they probably got those pebbles from the beach!
Such a sad sight. Hopefully it will become something else up lifting.
There is something really sad about this. What a beautiful building.
I hope it isn't a sign of the times! So sad. Teresa from nanaHood
They dont build like they used to, this is a beautiful structure, hope someone buys soon so it does not degrade. Have a great week!!
The first thing I noticed was that the antenna was taller than the cross. Oh dear.Here's my Wordless Wednesday.
For sale? Oh, I'd love to renovate a church!!! Although, I'm sure there is a nightmare of work to make it functional, the challenge would be fun.
I would love to live in a church.
Not sure if my first comment went through? This is certainly a beautiful church. I love the windows especially.
What a shame, it looks like a beautiful old building.
Seriously? It looks so pretty...
The pebble exterior is just so interesting. I do hope someone purchases it and restores it well!
Oh how sad. I think the 'antenna' is a vane.
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