Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Church of the unknown - north central Florida


Located at the intersection of two rural lanes in north central Florida, this church seems to have no identity. At least I couldn't find a name. Probably Baptist. I thought it was cute and I especially liked the bell off to the left.

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10 comments:

Sishir said...

Its my first visit and I like this blog of yours. Very clean & beautiful house.

tapirgal said...

Yeah, it's pretty interesting. I wonder if it's still used as a church, maybe it's been "repurposed," and maybe that's why there's no ID.

Small City Scenes said...

I wonder if the bell was in a steeple somewhere else once. Love the white brick. MB

Cezar and Léia said...

I like the clean white in all and of course I love bells!
Maybe the reverend lives at the backside of the place, because it looks like to have a little house there.
And the grass keeps green, it's fabulous!
Léia

Chris said...

Nice church indeed and I love the bell too!

Cindy said...

I like the bell too! Cute building. Maybe it's no longer a church but a residence. Maybe that's why there's no sign.

joo said...

It looks so neat, really nice place!

cieldequimper said...

How do you know? If it's "probably Baptist" I mean?
Love it, the bell, you're right, it's sweet!

Jacob said...

@ Ciel - 'Cause the north woods are full of Baptist churches...it would be unusual if it weren't Baptist.

Rose said...

I noticed the bell, but probably after I noticed the red trim. I like both.