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The Steeple is just 2.5 hours from New York City or Boston and is ideal as a vacation, weekend or four seasons home which includes an excellent space suitable for an artists or musicians studio.
This unique home is a classic New England Meeting House in the village of Mill River in the town of New Marlborough Massachusetts. Situated on a rise surrounded by tall trees and beds of annuals and perennials on just under 2 very private acres this converted church is for sale. It is a short walk to the general store, the post office and the library. Learn more at:
Mill River is on the National Register of Historic Places.
Views:132|Rating:5.00|View Time:10:4Minutes|Likes:3|Dislikes:0 In this video I show a church steeple that Hurricane Irma destroyed when it hit central FL. This is the First Baptist Church of Winter Haven Florida.
Views:6488|Rating:4.90|View Time:7:5Minutes|Likes:47|Dislikes:1 I showed up a bit late and retrieved my camera from my car even later to record the CFD emergency response to this 2-11 Alarm at the now-permanently closed Salvation and Deliverance Ministries International Church located at 1540 N. Spaulding Ave. in the Humboldt Park neighborhood of Chicago.
When I first drove by, the flames were shooting out through the steeple, and by the time I’d found a parking spot out of the way of the firefighters and police, the flames had been mostly controlled on the outside of the structure. However the fire department still had 3 lines pouring water on the steeple and into its internal structure as the flames kept rekindling, especially at the very top.
You can see video of the steeple on fire in this footage that WGN obtained from people at the scene who live nearby or were driving past the scene on nearby North Avenue:
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Views:2031|Rating:5.00|View Time:45Minutes|Likes:7|Dislikes:0 This steeple is all that remains of St. Marys Episcopal Church. The steeple is most famously remembered as the first location where the now world-famous band R.E.M. first performed for a live audience. The church served as a home for lead singer Michael Stipe and as a practice space for the band for many years. The steeple is in a gothic-eclectic style not commonly seen in Athens. Now, the Steeplechase Condominiums occupy most of the churchs original space. The steeple is in a fragile state, but no parties have stepped forward to aid in its preservation.
Views:438|Rating:5.00|View Time:2:24Minutes|Likes:6|Dislikes:0 St Mary the Virgin church, Steeple Ashton, is an extraordinary building, described by author Simon Jenkins (England’s Thousand Best Churches) as a ‘fairy castle’). It is perhaps one of the finest examples of Perpendicular Gothic architecture in England. Hang on, scratch the ‘perhaps’; it IS one of the finest examples of this style of medieval architecture. It is an architectural gem, and has been awarded a Grade I listing as an historic monument.
The church consists of a nave with clerestory, chancel, north and south aisles, north and south porches, and a four-stage western tower embellished with crocketing and pinnacles. The church is first recorded in 1281, in terms that suggest it was in existence long before then.
The embattled tower dates from the early 15th century. It was originally topped by a huge spire reaching 186 feet above the ground. The spire was struck by lightning in 1670, and again the following year, killing two workmen, and it was never replaced. Around the roofline are carved a number of fabulous gargoyles and other grotesque beings.
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Views:1127|Rating:5.00|View Time:2:15Minutes|Likes:10|Dislikes:0 Church of the Apostles (COTA) in Seattle’s Fremont neighborhood hosts Open Space, a contemplative music hour, on the second Sunday of each month. The event is a collaboration with Abbey Arts and emphasizes distraction-free reflection in a noisy world.
Beyond the Steeple is a Living Lutheran quarterly series on non-traditional worship in the ELCA community.
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