November 2, 2014

Refuge UMC

churchSometimes I like to take a road just to see where it goes and that's how I happened upon this pretty church out in the country. It's official address is Stephens City, but that post office covers a huge area, much of it rural.

I'm sharing this with the Inspired Sunday blog hop, which is a great site to visit if you like the architecture of churches.


Across the road from the church is a farm, and these cows were looking at me curiously.


11 comments:

  1. i like its fences and walls. and neighbors. :)

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  2. The simplicity of the church appeals to me.

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  3. what a gorgeous day! the hubby & I do that all the time. just drive & take lots if pics. maybe even a picnic lunch too. ( :

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  4. Such a pretty country church.
    The cows I find comical , it's almost like they are saying something like "who's that over there". Pretty picture.

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  5. A mooving experience. (Sorry, it just slipped out.) A lovely church!

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  6. Maybe the cows wanted to join you?
    Nice clean lines on the church, very nice.

    Diana
    http://adifferentlenslens365.blogspot.co.nz/2014/11/first-church.html

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  7. Pretty little church. I see one of your readers left a fairly low comment... I think cows - at least in the UK - are more curious (and more aggressive) than they used to be.

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  8. I love small country churches like this. What a pretty blue sky too!

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  9. We 'wander' down roads a lot, too. This is a great little place you found.

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  10. Taking a road because you have never been on it before is what it's all about. It takes me forever to get from point a to b. What great fun. Tom The Backroads Traveller

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  11. I've often wondered if anyone does a church meme. I like taking roads to see where they go, too. Loved the cows watching you.

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