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Sunday, July 3, 2011

Steeples In My City


Church steeples rise over most cities,

Lifting our eyes,
And our hearts,

Toward the Maker of Heaven and Earth,

From Which cometh our Help.

In these days, as in all others,
We are sorely in need of His help.

Hope you enjoyed these Steeples
Found in my city.

Thanks to Unknown Mami for hosting
"Sundays in My City"
To which I am linking this post.
My City is Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin



Anonymous said...

We have a lot of the "long low" clubhouse style churches out here in the woods. Only a few of the more traditional style, but a few of those are historic and lovely (hmn, if it wasn't so hot I should grab my camera and snap a few).

Unknown said...

I am glad you went on a 'steeple chase." Nice pictures and sentiments.

urban muser said...

Beautiful steeples and skies.

LV said...

A very nice post today on church steeples. No mater what denomination it is, steeples always stand out.

Traci Marie Wolf said...

What a lovely and thoughtful post. I find churches just absolutely lovely. And they are even better when they help to change people's lives in a positive way. Check out this pic I took of a church in Petersburg, Alaska.

Traci Marie Wolf said...

I sent it in an email instead. But now that I did, I realized I could've just sent the actual picture, not just a link in the email. DOH!

Ann in the UP said...

Very uplifting indeed.

Mrs4444 said...

Love'em! I'm glad you took the time to notice them and share them :) Our church got a copper steeple a couple of years ago. At first, I thought it was ugly, but now I like it. It sure stands out!

Theresa said...

Oh how I love steeples! Enjoyed seeing yours! Have a blessed day, HUGS!

Claudya Martinez said...

I'm not religious, but that does not stop me from loving steeples. They are beautiful.

nancygrayce said...

I love steeples. I grew up in a church with a steeple and it was the center of town.

mimbles said...

I love the weather vane on top of the last steeple, it looks just right perched way up there.

Debby@Just Breathe said...

Funny, I read sleepless in my city and was thinking the steeples keep you up!!! I love church steeples.

THIS IS ME....ONLINE said...

What a neat collection of pictures. I'm kindof fascinated by steeples. They just make me feel a little more peaceful and, of course, point to our faith. Amazing that a piece of architecture could be an encourager.