Thursday, 29 March 2018

St Bartholomew Church

Brinklow Road, Coventry

 
The photograph above is a view from the main road
on a very snowy day in December, 2017. 
Below is the main entrance.  The third photograph
is looking back to the main road from the church.




It is has been a while since I have posted here.  Don't give up on me :). 
Hope this finds you all well.

Please follow the link HERE for a little about the
church history and more.
If you would like to see a little of the interior
click on the link HERE.

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With Fond Memories of Elizabeth Anne Bailey Hall

4 comments:

Lowell said...

What gorgeous photos, Lauren. You had the perfect light and took great advantage of it. It's a stunning building, too. What I thought interesting, that it is a relatively "low church" Anglican congregation. Most Anglicans would speak of the Eucharist and sometimes the Mass, rather than Holy Communion. And it appears that on some Sundays they offer "fun" worship services. I'm not complaining, but a bit surprised. Lots of stress on friendly chats and togetherness and that's always a good thing! :)

Nice to see you back and I hope all is well with you and your family.

William Kendall said...

A pretty church in the snow! I assume it's Anglican. There's a St. Bartholomew church here of that denomination.

Fun60 said...

Doesn't it look wonderful in all that snow.

RedPat said...

I especially like that first pic for some reason!