11/1/13

something old-st george anglican in patea

st- george's
This is St. George's Anglican Church in Patea. The church was built in 1885. Click here for more information.



13 comments:

Sally in WA said...

I love this church with all of the angles and crosses! You should share it this weekend on InSPIREd Sunday. You can find it through my blog.

Margaret Adamson said...

HI Betsy I love the architecture of this little church and I reckon it has 12 crosses perhaps for the station of the cross or the 12 disciples?

MastHoliday said...

Really, Architecture of the church is spectacular..
love the church..

Gillena Cox said...

all those triangle arches, very becoming


much love...

Karen @ away for the weekend said...

I love all the crosses on atop the various peaks. This is a really pretty church!

ruthinian said...

that is one gorgeous architecture.

Ida said...

What a unique design for this church. I enjoyed reading about it's history. Great photo.

genie said...

What a beautiful church...and such a unique design. The roof is stunning...quite the pitch. I would love to see the inside.

thirtysevenandcounting said...

Lovely, unique design. I very much like small churches.

Visiting from InSPIREd Sunday.

~Lindy

Lynn said...

I was thinking what a beautiful modern church then I read 1885, very avant-garde.

Beth @ E. Lizard Breath Speaks said...

can't say enough about this one. love those triangles... so great!! ( ;

RedPat said...

Such an unusual style!

TexWisGirl said...

what a pretty one!