If not for the signs, one could think of it as a library or an old fashioned train station.
Agreed. I would have picked it immediately as a train station or school building, converted to a church later on. Not a problem...I love recycled architecture.
Difficult to realise it's a church.
Unlike the massive European cathedrals, this small Baptist house of worship seems a bit more humble. It is a lovely urban church...
It certainly blends in well with the similar looking houses in the suburb.
and here I first thought it was an old train depot! I love this style architecture!
How interesting there is no steeple.
Yeah, I thought, it is a train station without the sign.Awesome...
this is' an amazing 'article . i wish you're fun with my comment,maybe this blog will be a big blog someday i hope.thank you .
It looks like a train station not a church, but it's a sweet building!
I am surprised that this is a style for a Baptist church. An interesting one.
Interesting building.Have a nice Sunday.
Thank you very much for your visit and comment.Greetings from Polish.Lucia
For me this is an unusual style. I like the red brick trim and the tile roof. Tom The Backroads Traveller
it reminds me of similar architecture of train stations here in the US. way cool. ( :
Very interesing chcurch...
Cute little church!Liz
It almost looks like a post office.My Shadow Shot
I though it looked like a train station too, Jim!
A cute little church, one out of the box.Diana
This image maks me sing the lyric in one song "tale me to church..." Shadows
You must mean "Take Me To Church" by Hosier.
Nice shot! Arianna
Thanks for visiting my blog. Please leave me a message. Jim.