Sunday, December 17, 2017

Moment of Contemplation..



This is another spot in the city that I find hard to resist taking more photos. On the way from St Georges Terrace through Trinity Arcade, seen here, back into the city. Although I'm sure this is a daily sight, it is the first time that I've seen the door open inviting passers-by in for a quiet moment of contemplation. Even though I prefer to do my contemplation over a hot cup of coffee in the cafe next door, each to their own oui.. I can verify that Trinity Church it is a wonderfully peaceful place to be. Happy Sunday, take care and stay safe..



24 comments:

  1. I'd never seen its doors open either, it's a beautiful church building.

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  2. I love the fact one can leave a prayer request. It would be a great comfort to many!

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  3. ...places like this are needed everywhere.

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  4. It's good to see the doors open for people who need some peace and maybe some comfort!

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  5. That is such a lovely shot Grace! It looks like a very quiet and peaceful place to be.

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  6. That's good their doors are open for people who wish to use it. Very inviting and nice of the church to provide such a space.

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  7. An appropriate post for a Sunday.

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  8. Like the warm light and shadows in your photo. Our skies are mostly gray this time of year.

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  9. You've got to venture inside. There is something about sitting in a big old open church without the normal crowd.

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  10. Beautiful pics. Nice post.
    Greetings.

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  11. Thank for your very good article.! i always enjoy & read the post you are sharing!

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  12. I like that first photo, must be wonderful up the stairs.

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  13. I´ve never seen it´s doors open, Grace.
    Next time I´ll take a peek inside!

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  14. A welcoming place that is perfect for the Advent season. The sign affirms that it is a place for all. Nice!!

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  15. It is sad that many churches have closed doors these days, they always used to be open all the time. Guess it is a sign of the time, Cheers Diane

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  16. Such a lovely looking church building.

    All the best Jan

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  17. I would have gone inside--but as you say, to each his (or her) own!

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  18. Oh yes, a most gracious place for reflection!

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