January 26, 2020

A Parish Hall in Berryville

 The Grace Episcopal Parish Hall can be seen in the background of a picture in Thursday's post. The building sprawls on a lot across the street from the brick church. The oldest section of the parish hall appears to be the one in photo #2, which was built in 1902.

Grace Church was originally a mission of Wickliffe Church.

The Parish Hall has a beautiful stained glass window but shrubbery and reflections prevented me from getting a clear photo of it.


  1. Beautiful place, hope the people are the same.

  2. Hello Linda,
    I read your response and realized that you also have a lot of grief with the "holidays" because of your sister's lack. I feel what you feel.

    Your photos are very beautiful. I think the white church is fantastic to see. I really love the reflection of the trees in the church window. Really very nicely photographed.
    Greetings, Helma

  3. what a gorgeous front of that church. the red door is always a fan for me ... those windows ...nice!! ( ;

  4. Having wandered around and about Virginia in my "salad days" this is looking a bit familiar, but memory doesn't serve too well sometimes these days ... but thank you for sharing. So lovely, peaceful.

  5. Wonderful old building, still full of life!

  6. It looks a nice Church, I do like the red door :)

    All the best Jan


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