Sunday, December 18, 2005


The Congregational Church in Fox Mill is silhouetted against a strange looking atmospheric sunrise.

The older churches out in the countryside are small traditional structures. The newer congregations in the approaching development are larger with a modern flair. The smaller churches tend to burn a person out, as there's not much of a volunteer labor pool to keep things running. The new large churches allow you to get lost in the crowd, so to speak.

Some buildings have taken on new lives as places of worship for other religions. When the Lutherans build a new structure on Plank Road, a sect, the Shridi Sai took up residence in the old white church on Route 47. And so the building lives on as a place of worship.

1 comment:

Walter Jeffries said...

Wow! That is a spectacular photo. Excellent job!