Wednesday, December 19, 2012

welcome

Welcome to the Wesley United Church
 Saugeen First Nation























signs, signs
ABCWednesday

15 comments:

Leslie: said...

Looks like a warm and welcoming place.

Leslie
abcw team

Gemma Wiseman said...

Interesting how the church is called "centenary church" - suggesting that the sign was erected recently? Love the embossed features of the sign!

Luna Miranda said...

beautiful reliefs. i like the textures and color contrasts here.

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Marleen said...

Unique place. Great photo's.

Joy said...

Beautiful carving, like those welcome flowers above the door.
I looked to see if the Wesley Centenary branch was the same as the Wesleyan I was familiar with but it appears not. Just as well for that church in my town is now a nightclub. I wonder how many different types of Methodism there are. Could be a whole ABC round in that concept:-)

Photo Cache said...

that does look like a very inviting place. happy christmas.

RedPat said...

These are beautiful panels, Violet! Nice one.

Oakland Daily Photo said...

Interesting mix of styles in this church. These terra cotta panels are handsomely carved by a deft hand.

Pat said...

Very beautiful! I love the color of them, too! Makes me want to do a "rubbing" of the carving!

Kara said...

Beautiful

Kara said...

Beautiful

greensborodailyphoto.com said...

Hey violet sky, you've had some great photos lately. The Sandy Hook one is so touching.

I'm glad you stopped by and saw the Violet house. I don't get to blog surf much any more but did think of you when posting the violet house!!!

Roger Owen Green said...

I grew up as a Methodist in the Wesleyan tradition.

ROG, ABC Wednesday team

Lmkazmierczak said...

Ordinary Words...Warm and welcoming indeed♫ Merry Christmas.

Lesley said...

I get so excited when I see these panels - they are usually so ornate and expertly done. (and often still in excellent condition!)
I didn't know there was a church like this in Saugeen. Do you remember where it is?

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