Monday, July 23, 2012

Inside the Church

Attempted Panaroma by midgefrazel
Attempted Panaroma, a photo by midgefrazel on Flickr.

Classic New England Colonial Church
From the gallery next to the organ, this is the view. I am not good with height so this is quite blurry.

Everything is so narrow. The stairs up to the gallery are not even wide enough for my tiny feet!

The people enter via the doors next to the front of the church. Imagine being the bride! You'd been seen immediately and not have so far to walk. But if you were late for the service, everyone would know. I love being a New Englander!


Elizabeth Banas said...

Beautiful church! Where is it located?

Midge Frazel said...

This is the First Congregational Church of Stonington, Connecticut. It is located on Pequot Trail in Stonington in New London County.

It is called the Road Church because it was on the main "road" to the center of the town.