December 21, 2014

Front Royal UMC

limestone church

Last weekend we went to Front Royal to see the Christmas Parade and parked near this Methodist church. Some church members were outside selling refreshments and a gentleman graciously offered to show us the sanctuary. Frank said it reminded him of the church he attended as a child.

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Nativity Scene Set Up on the Front Lawn

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  1. Wonderful stained glass window that and I like the crib at the end

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  2. I'm with Bill. That glass is stunning - and who can resist a nativity scene? (Well, some can, obviously, but I can't).

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  3. Lovely images of the church. I love the stained glass windows.. Have a happy Christmas week..

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  4. Really great sights. The windows are perfect, both from the outside and inside!

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  5. What a charmer to visit. I go into a lot when I travel.

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  6. That looks really fun. I haven't been to Front Royal in a while.

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  7. A very beautiful church! Love the stained-glass windows and Nativity.

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  8. That's a beautiful round stained glass window!

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  9. Gorgeous church! Beautiful InSPIREd Sunday post!

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  10. A stunning collection of colored glass. "Welcoming All Class" and gender, sex and choice I do hope.

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  11. A beautiful church, particularly that stained glass!

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  12. i enjoy the Christmas decor. i have never seen a sign like that about the "Class" ... i think a lot of folks don't go to church do to the dress attire. they are concerned over i mean? ( :

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    1. sorry to be late commenting. i had family in over this weekend & i am just getting around to commenting on folks posts. hope you have a great week. ( :

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  13. stopping by from simply ria for sundays in my city.....http://riacabral.blogspot.com/2014/12/winter-solstice-sundays-in-my-city-san.html

    Thanks for sharing. i was instantly drawn towards the glass it's beautiful. happy holidays.

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  14. It's a beautiful church. I love the stained glass.

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