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Friday, September 13, 2013

St. Peter's Anglican Church - Falmouth, Jamaica

Good morning,

Today's pictures are more that my daughter, Catherine, is sharing with us.  They were taken while she was in Falmouth, Jamaica, during a cruise to the Caribbean.  I stayed on board our ship while Catherine and Aunt Carol toured the port.
This beautiful old church was built by the English who settled here.


 Many of those early settlers are buried here.



 Old grave yards hold so much history and so many personal stories. 
 The church and leaded glass windows are gorgeous.
 This church is still used. 

How very beautiful.

All the best,
 Lois

5 comments:

Pamela Gordon said...

It is a beautiful little church with a long history. I enjoy looking at old graveyards and reading the tombstones. Have a great day!

Mersad said...

Love that is it's so well kept after all these years!

Mersad
Mersad Donko Photography

MarkD60 said...

Beautiful.

Brigid said...

What a beautiful place to worship. I agree, the leaded glass is magnificant.

Montanagirl said...

So well kept! Loved all the photos you posted.