This morning I had the chance to return to our church to take some more photos of the interior, including the prayers for peace on a cross, and the stained glass windows. Here are a few of my favourites.
I know a few of you expressed interest in seeing more of the interior, especially the stained glass windows, but I will save that for another post. Just to say that the first Methodist church in our town opened in 1772, and they moved to this building in 1875.
So tomorrow is THE day to celebrate St Patrick’s Day wherever you are in the world. If you plan to blog about what you do ~(or don’t do), be sure to visit my blog and join in by adding your link to Mr Linky.
Here is a quick reminder of what you might win – I will be choosing 9 winners!
a beautiful personalised hand-stamped necklace
and not forgetting a $15 voucher for Katie Hadfield’s Digital Scrapbooking goodies (I used her doodles to make my St Patrick’s Day blog header).
There have been some great links and activities of things you can do to celebrate St Patricks Day.
Here are just a few
See you tomorrow for lots of fun.