Saturday, December 28, 2013

InSPIRED Sunday - December 28-29, 2013

Welcome to InSPIREd Sunday! Thank you for visiting and hopefully you are here to share as well.
We like to keep things simple for sharing. The basics are:
  1. The meme opens each Saturday at 3 p.m. Pacific Time until Monday at 9:00 a.m.
  2. Post a picture of a church, temple, or other fabulous architectural building where religious services are held. If you know the name of the building, include it.
  3. Include the InSPIREd Sunday link and/or badge on your post.
  4. Visit others who are linking up to meme whenever possible.
We would love to feature your photo on InSPIREd Sunday.  Email Sally - jazzncatz (at) gmail (dot) com, or Beth - elizardbreathspeaks (at) gmail (dot) com with your photo and blog link.  :-)

hey there!! hope you are having a good weekend. glad to have you here at "InSPIRED Sunday". my last week of Canadian & mainly Maine churches. 

i wish to take the chance to say from your co-hosts here at "InSPIREd Sunday" Sally & Beth, to YOU all who link up every Saturday with us, who comment on our posts, who make us smile with all the great & oh so different churches, temples & other religious building you share, we say THANK YOU, thank you. so glad to have each one of you. no matter whether you link up once in a while or every week ... we so appreciate you participating with us. 
so fun!! keep linking up & sharing with your friends to come on over & share too!! the more the merrier!! ( :

how will you celebrate in the New Year of 2014?


don said...

A fine shot of your good looking church. I especially like that bell tower.

Lynn said...

another great spire, lovely church!

Nick V. said...

Thank you for hosting! That spire really makes this church special.

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Thanks for hosting.
We'll probably stay at home with our son playing games and watching movies.

photodoug said...

May you and your family have a blessed New Year.

Louis la Vache said...

Re the Maine churches, «Louis» has a question for you: Does the rain in Maine fall mainly in the plain?