Friday, April 02, 2010

Good Friday.


Good Friday.


St Marys Catholic Church Blenheim.
Not my Church, but a very lovely old house of God.














Good Friday, a day for remembering our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ,

and for some reason;



Chocolate Eggs, Bunnies and Chicks!

Have a happy enjoyable Easter Break.

16 comments:

bettyl said...

Beautiful church!

You can blame Constantine for the eggs when he combined pagan and Christian holidays ;-)

Linda (PA_shutterbug) said...

That is a pretty church. Happy Easter to you and your family, Glennis!

~Cheryl said...

Very pretty church; I especially like the steeple! Happy Easter to you!

elena marin-alexe said...

Beautiful church building! It's sad "Good Friday" but because our joy is great, the third day after his death Christ is Risen! I embrace with great love of the land of Romania, Elena.

Me-shak said...

The red roof is very beautiful:D You are the only person on my blog roll who had posted about good Friday! I'm really happy about that. You rarely find people who go to church these days :O Excellent stuff! looking forward for more great pictures:D
Cheers!

Me-shak said...

The red roof is very beautiful:D You are the only person on my blog roll who had posted about good Friday! I'm really happy about that. You rarely find people who go to church these days :O Excellent stuff! looking forward for more great pictures:D
Cheers!

rainfield61 said...

Happy Ester to you.

Kleine-creative-Welt said...

I like very old church buildings - this is so beautiful - I wish you a happy and blessed Easter - Ruth

Nessa said...

That's a beautiful church.

Amrita said...

lovely church

Pooch Morning Glory said...

gorgeous church!
we have a small town called blenheim not far from where i live... cool
happy easter
~laura

claude said...

Yes, this church is very beautiful. Happy Easter time, Glennis !

roughterrain crane said...

The church is kept well. I can imagine the bell rings beautifully.

fufu said...

happy easter :)

Greener Bangalore said...

This is very similar to one Portuguese church which I visited in our Goa trip

merike said...

PEACE