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Sunday, February 17, 2013

Church Conversion


I haven't been able to find out any information about this simple brick church in Bundarra, perhaps it was Presbyterian?, Methodist? maybe even Calathumpian!

8 comments:

  1. Pretty little church and love the sun and blue skies and lovely flowers! Great shot for the day, Mark! Hope your weekend is going well!!

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  2. Or maybe the Pastafarians (aka devotees of the Flying Spaghetti Monster!) will take it over?!?! I came across this bogus religion at work one day in the dim distant past(a)!!

    Here's a link - it's good for a laugh! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flying_Spaghetti_Monster

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  3. Strange doorway? in the middle - almost like a garage roll-a-door! And somehow I wonder if it is still used as a church! This is one building with a story I am sure!

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  4. A lovely old rural church Mark...... by the look of the front door it's maybe used as some-thing else now-a-days.

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  5. That front door is very mysterious ... maybe it is funeral parlour

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  6. Calathumpian! Never in my long life have I chanced across that word. Thanks for the vocabulary enhancement, Mark.

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  7. And what is a Calathumpian Church, please? It sounds like something out of the Chronicles of Narnia, maybe the church that the Dufflepuds attend. Anyway, it's a delightful old building!

    Shadowy Bell

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