One stop shopping for your construction and spiritual needs in Smithers, West Virginia.
Contrails seem to echo the shape of a cross atop a steeple in Beverly, West Virginia.
Country church with cemetery, photographed way back in the hills of West Virginia.
Early morning photograph of a country church in the hills of West Virginia.
Walker Methodist Church, Est. 1952, Clay County, WV.
It seems one is never too far away from a tiny country church when cruising the back roads of West Virginia. No matter how unpopulated an area appears to be, if there are more than a handful of people within a few miles radius then you can expect to find a well-kept place of worship nestled somewhere in the hills.
This particular church was just down the road from the old Chevrolet depicted in my previous post.
Pleasant Hill Church is, well, pleasant!
Don’t think I’m breaking any new ground with this particular composition, but the soft morning light gave the scene a nice feel. This is a place I think I’d like to revisit during different sky conditions and seasons.
I’m not sure there’s anything more forlorn and hopeless than an abandoned church.
Entrance to an old church alongside a country road in Kanawha County, WV.
I am not sure what distinguishes a Full Gospel church from all the rest of the Partial Gospel churches that must, by implication, exist, but I can easily imagine an earnest and vigorous sermon reverberating through the inner sanctum of this building.