Sunday, September 14, 2008

Silent Sunday

A Red Door
Topped With Stained Glass Windows
The Lord Is My Sheperd
Ravenswood, West Virginia Church
September 2008


Sunday Blessings Everyone
(I received word last night that a dear friend on the gulf coast of Texas was safe. Let us continue to keep the people of Texas in our prayers.)

16 comments:

quilly said...

Amen. There are many who will be without water and power for weeks to come.

Lovely church.

Dragonstar said...

Still waiting to hear about friends.

I've been reading back, as it must be over a week since I came by. I've really enjoyed your "Show Me" posts.

Kerri said...

Beautiful pictures! Glad your friend is safe!

Anndi said...

I'm glad your friend is safe.

Lovely pictures.

Daniel J Santos said...

beautiful post and a beautiful Sunday...

Raven said...

Glad your friend is safe. I too pray for all in the wake of these massive storms. I fear there are many more to come.

Rose said...

I cannot imagine living in the path of hurricanes...I am glad your friend is safe, too.

What is there about red doors--I love them. Sometime if you got the time some time check out my post of November 14, 2007 to see a red door that I love. http://picsandpiecing.blogspot.com/2007/11/every-time-i-go-to-main-library-in.html#links

Neal said...

I glad your friend is safe. Thanks for brightening my days with your pictures and words.

piedmontperspective said...

The pictures are beautiful and so is the church. Love the stained glass windows and the red doors!

I'm very glad your friend in Texas is safe! Such a tragedy for so many people who will still be faced with more hardships. I am thankful to no longer have to worry about hurricanes.

the teach said...

This is a beautiful post, Carletta! Yes, let's keep the people of the Texas coast in our minds and hearts! :)

George Townboy said...

Very nice, Carletta.

Paz said...

Oh, very nice! I love photos like this -- the red door, the stained glass. I'm glad your friend is safe. I've been keeping everyone affected by the hurricane in my prayers.

BTW, you made a comment on my blog about wanting to see the full door of one of the closeup brownstone photos I posted. The one you thought is the door is of ANOTHER building, not the one you meant. Instead, you can find the door you're looking for HERE.

Thanks always for stopping by my blog.

Happy Sunday,
Paz

Judi~Gmj said...

Peace be with you.

Carletta said...

Many thanks to everyone for your wonderful comments and wishes.

Janice Thomson said...

I love the beautiful stained glass. Wonderful to know your friend is well and safe. Such a massive hurricane and so much damage...

Melli said...

Indeed... I got an email today from a friend who lives in Galveston... they were on there way "home" and hoping to find one. Please do keep them all in your prayers!

I love this church (of course I do!)