3/24/19

south island churches


 Church of the Holy Passion of our Lord, Hurunui

 St Peter's Anglican Parish, Kaikoura

 Ward, NZ

 Okaramio Church


 St John Anglican, Nelson

 Hira


Wairau Valley 





16 comments:

Jackie Mc Guinness said...

What beauties. I think NZ is one of the most magical places in the world, somewhere I would love to revisit.

♥ Łucja-Maria ♥ said...

Very beautiful churches and great photos.
Blessed week.
Lucja

Billy Blue Eyes said...

They certanly differ in design though I do lik ethe first one

Noke said...

Schöne Bilder Serie von den kleinen Kirchen.

Noke

Mikael Bergman said...

really nice churches and nice places

SarahMummy said...

These are all so cute! They're very different from our UK churches.
#SundaySnap

Rose said...

Oh, I love them all...they are just so clean and straight and true...really nice.

Jibber JabberUK said...

They all look so well kept! I wonder if the congregations are very big in these parishes.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Some of the small ones remind me of the tiny town where we grew up (in Eastern Washington State; it’s desert-like). They look like churches used to look back then and still should look like (to me anyway).

Margaret Adamson said...

The churches in NZ are so different from other parts of the world. Very beautiful

rupam sarma said...

Beautiful

photowannabe said...

These are truly inspired Sunday views. I love the churches and the architecture. Beautiful.
Thank you for visiting my blog too.
It's nice to see new friends.
Sue of photowannabe

Out on the prairie said...

A neighbor took a steeple being taken down and placed it into their yard as a guest house, its 2 stories

Pudding et Biscotte said...

What beautiful examples of architecture, and so different from our churches and chapels in France! Thank you for sharing, Betty!

Tom said...

...what a fabulous collection wee churches, they are all lovely! Thanks for sharing and enjoy your week.

Soma @ whimsandfancies.com said...

Wonderful and varied architecture. Some of them are so small!

-Soma