Saturday, April 5, 2014

InSPIREd Sunday - April 5-6, 2014

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.
Don't have a blog but still would like to share your fabulous photos of churches or other religious architecture? Not a problem! 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. If you do happen to have a blog, include the link to your blog. (-:

First United Methodist Church - Troy, Kansas

Kay, an admirer of InSPIREd Sunday from Troy, Kansas, sent this picture in. She doesn't have a blog so please leave your comments for Kay below and she will see them. :-)


Julie said...

Very nice photo.

E.liza"BETH" said...

gorgeous stain glass, Kaye ... thank you for sharing with us at InSPIREd Sunday. Sally & I appreciate it so.

happy weekend!! ( :

betty-NZ said...

I'm loving the glass, too! Wow! That church is certainly lovingly maintained.

Gerald (SK14) said...

interesting colours in the modern stained glass

Ileana said...

Beautiful picture!
I like very much stained glass

don said...

The beautiful window looks fine in your capture of its color and detail. Troy is lucky to have a church with such an attractive atmosphere. Thanks for sending this image in.

Jim said...

What a window

Jim said...

The steeples in my photo belong to St Mary's Cathedral. You can click on the link in the post to see a photo. I've actually featured it on my blog a few times.

Linda said...

That's a beautiful window in the Troy church.

Anonymous said...

Beautiful church!