Category Archives: Architecture
25 trusses hold up the roof on the new picnic shelter being built east of the church. Lots of dedicated hands are building it, or preparing food for the builders. I admire their work. The triangles that make up a … Continue reading
In the balcony today there were workers on scaffolding changing the light bulbs. There is no other safe way to reach those lights. While they were working, I was in the Youth Room singing, worshipping, and meditating on 2 Corinthians … Continue reading
I took this picture Monday morning while putting a few things away. I like how the light spills onto the pews from the window.
I slipped up to Saline this afternoon to visit a parishioner in a care facility. I have often admired St James United Church of Christ along US-12. Lovely building in a classic style.
The tavern dates back to the 1830s. Not sure how old the barn is. Cambridge Township, Michigan.
We walked across the Mackinac Bridge for the third straight year. It’s 4.5 miles.
Taken this morning with an iPhone. Cutler Dickerson on Water St. by the river. Looked better in black and white.