There is just something so serene and peaceful about a country church. From my childhood drives with my family I can remember the small clapboard structures with the towering steeples. And when the snow dusted their rooftops they became magically beautiful; a place where one could slip inside, sit quietly in a back pew, and marvel at the sunlight streaming through the stained glass windows.
Here are a few of my small Christmas churches that I've been collecting for the last several years. These next few are found in my "Holiday Cupboard", which I showed this last Monday.
These next few are on a tray on my coffee table downstairs.
Mostly metal votive holders.
This one is bisque.
These next few photos are newer larger lighted ones,
with small interior bulbs.
I love how they look at night all aglow.
And this one in my Dining Room was a gift
from my daughter Erin a few years ago.
We found it at the Seed Box when they had their store in Ozark.
Even though it's not technically "white", I wanted to share it.
Hope you're having a blissful week.
Many of you are getting snow.
Maybe we will all have a White Christmas!
Say Hello to Kathleen and all the others at
Happy White Wednesday,