Sunday, March 25, 2018

Wesley Church Fremantle..



I don't think I've ever passed the Wesley Church in Fremantle when there hasn't been a young person or two, or more, sitting talking together or on their cell phones. Is it just a handy spot to sit or do those old stone walls draw them in. It is a solid church where not much has changed from when it was built in 1889, except if you look at the now and then photos here, there was originally a low stone wall around the church perimeter which is no longer there..much more approachable. The doors were open which is not always the case, the glimpse inside showed an equally welcoming interior. Somehow I feel that the steadfast durability of this church would bring its parishioners much comfort. Happy Sunday, take care and stay safe.. 


26 comments:

  1. A beautiful church! Its architectural style would not be out of place here.

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  2. ...beautiful and a good place to check your phone.

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  3. Nice composition at top. Pic under it was first, eh?

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  4. I bet you are right about the steadfastness of this old building. There is a sort of sense of power in those old stone walls.

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  5. It is a lovely old church, Grace!

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  6. Probably a cool place to take a rest. The church certainly looks a solid structure, should be good for a thousand years or so.

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  7. A lovely stone church, I do not like the ones with modern architecture! Happy Sunday. Diane

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  8. Stone buildings are my favorites and this a very elegant church building. It is also quite beautiful inside...The name would indicate a Methodist connection...but there's one curiosity...there's an altar and an altar rail but there's no center aisle. I've seen this before, but not very often.

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  9. Much better without the stone wall blocking it off. Lovely inside too!

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  10. What a beautiful church. The door is gorgeous, I love it!

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  11. A very fine and solid church. Was there thunder when you poked your head inside?

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  12. I like it, especially the doors and windows, they make it look it's age.

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  13. That church could be everywhere in the UK but must brought stone by stone to Australia. In the Victorian era grand gestures were the order of the day but what an effort.

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  14. It attracts at least people to check the mobile phone for a moment...:)

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  15. Beautiful, but... I would take a seat anywhere but in front of a door, Grace - not even on a Sunday ;-)

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  16. What a beautiful old church!

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  17. Lovely old church and how nice that it's not so isolated from the community that people will hang out there.

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  18. Beautiful church, fun to see folks about too!

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  19. Stone buildings are my favorites and this a very elegant church building. It is also quite beautiful inside...The name would indicate a Methodist connection...but there's one curiosity...there's an altar and an altar rail but there's no center aisle. I've seen this before, but not very often.
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