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519 N. Buckeye – St. John's Episcopal Church

St. John’s Episcopal Church, 519 N. Buckeye, is what might be described as a building with more grace than its surroundings.

The application to have it placed on the National Register of Historic Places put it gently. 246 more words

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Rachel the Shepherdess (Genesis 29:1-30)

Rachel was one of the great women of the Old Testament. She was the daughter of Laban and worked as a shepherdess, caring for her father’s flock. 280 more words

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Joseph’s Life in Egypt (Genesis 39:1 - 41:57)

This remarkable ‘Joseph’ window tells almost the entire story of the lives of both Joseph and St Joseph, the foster-father of Christ. Various events from the life of Joseph are paired with similar events in the later life of St Joseph. 380 more words

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The Martyrdom of St James (Acts 12:1-3)

St James Major was one of the twelve apostles called by Christ to share in his mission. Along with his brother St John (who also became an apostle), he was a fisherman. 415 more words

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Gideon and his fleece (Judges 6:1-40)

During the time of the Judges – the first rulers of Israel – the land was often invaded by the Midianites. These raiders from the south regularly stole livestock and destroyed crops. 368 more words

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Happy Home Baptist

Another small town church.  Happy Home Baptist is found in Allendale, South Carolina. Although the congregation was formed just after the Civil War and originally used the name Zion Branch Baptist Church, it later renamed and this Gothic Revival brick church was built in 1911. 7 more words


Hannah commits Samuel to God (1 Samuel 1:1-28; 2:18-21)

This stained glass scene is of Hannah encouraging her son Samuel – who was to later become a great prophet – to read the Scriptures. 195 more words

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