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Saturday, August 24, 2013

First Presbyterian Church in Coldwater, Michigan

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This church dominates the downtown cityscape in Coldwater, Michigan. Built 1866–1869, it is a Michigan State Historic Site and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Wishing you all a blessed Lord's Day.

Linking to InSPIREd Sunday.

20 comments:

  1. (did you link in to inSPIREd sunday?)

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  2. A quintessential American church. Beautiful architecture.

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  3. I love the tall white spire against the blue sky.

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  4. It is a very beautiful building.Your pictures with the beautiful blue sky sure show the church at it's best.

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  5. What a beautiful church! Gorgeous steeple! Twyla

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  6. Beautiful church!
    Greetings from, RW & SK

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  7. That's a lovely old church. I'll bet it's quite beautiful inside.

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  8. That is one beautiful and impressive looking church! Happy Sunday to you.

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  9. Beautiful, the spire just soars into the sky.

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  10. gorgeous spire. luv those details. glad u linked up. ( :

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  11. Gorgeous church and steeple.. Hope you have a blessed Sunday.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  12. That is a very impressive steeple.

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  13. It is stately looking. Beautiful!! Thanks for sharing it in InSPIREd Sunday this week.

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  14. Gorgeous church and a lovely sky to frame that spire!

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  15. Linda, what a lovely little church! I love that steeple against that beautiful blue sky, too!

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  16. I agree with everyone...beautiful white spiral. I wonder how they keep it so white and clean?

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  17. The church is a lovely building and it is good that it is protected (as I assume it is when it is listed in the National Register).

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