Views:421|Rating:5.00|View Time:1:25Minutes|Likes:3|Dislikes:0 Twickenham Village Apartments for rent in Huntsville, AL on ForRent.com: (877) 320-5827 – Availability, pricing and special promotions subject to change daily. Twickenham Village Apartments, the epitome of apartment living in Huntsville, Alabama, offers a lifestyle of unmatched charm and comfort.
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Views:853|Rating:4.17|View Time:1:31:25Minutes|Likes:5|Dislikes:1 Old Fashioned Community Hymn Sing
Palm Village, Reedley California
July 16, 2017 6:00 P.M.
Theme: “When Old Songs Become New”
Special Music by the North Fresno Mennonite Brethren Men’s Quartet.
Accompaniment provided by two grand pianos and the Chapel organ.
Favorite hymns chosen by the audience
Email us at [email protected]
Or write us at Palm Village Hymn Sing, 703 W. Herbert Ave., Reedley, CA 93654, USA
Palm Village Hymn Sing . . . singing the songs of Jesus.
Views:97727|Rating:4.82|View Time:13:27Minutes|Likes:523|Dislikes:19 Part 1 of 3, The Oconaluftee Indian Village in Cherokee, North Carolina is a replica of an 18th century Eastern Cherokee Community. “The Living Museum” is operated by The Cherokee Historical Association. Guides take visitors through the village explaining the history and culture of the Cherokee and also demonstrate the making of idems such as arrowheads, baskets and blowguns.
The Eastern Band Members are primarily from Cherokee who did not participate in the “Trail of Tears” to Indian Territory (now Oklahoma)
Views:949|Rating:5.00|View Time:3:8Minutes|Likes:3|Dislikes:0 Roysia Homes, a fixed-fee online estate agents creates area tours covering the local towns and villages where their homes for sale are situated, giving prospective buyers a feel for the area.
Martham is a village within the Norfolk Broads area, with a population of just over 3000. It is situated some 9 miles north-west of the town of Great Yarmouth and 19 miles north-east of the city of Norwich
There is a good bus service to Great Yarmouth. The villagers are well served with several shops including two small supermarkets, a butcher, Chinese take away, florist, pet supplies, bicycle repairs, and hairdresser. There are two public houses, The Victoria and The Kings Arms; a medical centre with the attached CO-OP Pharmacy; four Churches.
Education is available in the village from Early Years to aged 16. Martham Primary & Nursery caters for children up to year 6, with Flegg High School taking students from year 7 to year 11. Post 16 education is available at other establishments outside of Martham.
The village has several Georgian houses, a large village green, and two duck ponds. Near St Mary’s Church of England, Ferrygate Lane leads to Martham Ferry, where an unusual floating swing bridge crosses the River Thurne. The bridge leads to Heigham Holmes, an island nature reserve, which can only be accessed by the public on special occasions. About 1 mile to the north of the village is Martham Broad, a 140 acres nature reserve. The Saxons settled in Martham around AD600 and gave the village its name, “the ham of the martens”, the home of the polecats.
Views:1520|Rating:5.00|View Time:4:9Minutes|Likes:9|Dislikes:0 The Shrine Church of Saint Anthony of Padua on Sullivan Street in Greenwich Village, New York, NY 10012 …. staffed by Franciscan Friars (Order of Friars Minor)
St. Anthony’s is located at 154 Sullivan Street + New York City, New York 10012 + 212-777-2755
Serving Greenwich Village, SoHo, Tribeca, and Hudson Square
The Shrine Church, located in the SoHo (Greenwich Village) section of Manhattan, in New York City, on the corner of West Houston and Sullivan Streets, is staffed by the Franciscan Friars (Order of Friars Minor), Province of the Immaculate Conception. Established in 1866, it is the oldest existing parish founded for ministry to Italian immigrants in the United States.
Parish Mission Statement
To all who are weary and need rest, to all who grieve and need consolation, to all who are discouraged and need hope, to all who are homeless and need a Savior- the doors of this church are open to all who are in need and who seek to worship in the Spirit, proclaiming Jesus as Lord. The Parishioners of St. Anthony are a community of faith, bearing witness to the glory of God and concern for all creation. In the Spirit, we strive to share our gifts with all who come- witnessing to the love of Jesus for all.
Views:3918|Rating:4.67|View Time:3:43Minutes|Likes:14|Dislikes:1 Enjoy this tour through the small Spanish equestrian Village of Corrales New Mexico. Corrales is literally two minutes from the fast pace of Albuquerque. The Village of Corrales is a rural community with all the conveniences of the much larger cities of Albuquerque and Rio Rancho. Horses are welcome here and harvest time is abundant with fresh fruit, green chile and roasting of the famous and delicious Hatch Green Chile.
This video presented by Albuquerque Homes Realty
Views:137|Rating:5.00|View Time:15:35Minutes|Likes:3|Dislikes:0 The Shaker movement in America was founded by Ann Lee, a member of a religious sect near Manchester, England, that prophesized the imminent second appearance of Christ on earth. They were referred to as “Shaking Quakers” due to their ecstatic movements during worship.
Ann Lee immigrated to America in 1774, and with a small, devoted group of followers preached that the transformation and judgment of the world had begun.
In 1787, three years after Ann’s death, her followers established their first communal village at Mount Lebanon, New York, which until 1947 was the central authority governing the Shaker movement in America.
The Shaker Church formed nineteen cloistered communities, throughout New England and the Midwest, designed to practice perfection on earth, based on early Christian principles of shared property, celibacy, direct revelation and public confession of sin. A small community continues at Sabbathday Lake, Maine.
In August 2011, the artists Ellsworth Kelly and Jack Shear shared their views on Shaker design and architecture with David Stocks and Jerry Grant of the Shaker Museum and Library, Old Chatham, New York.
This 17-minute film beautifully documents their exchanges, richly enhanced with archival photos of Shaker life and architecture and a variety of Ellsworth Kelly’s and Jack Shear’s work.
St. Mark’s Church -in-the-Bowery in the East Village of New York City has a beautiful garden behind the church and nearby Ernest Flagg Rectory. Here is a slice of fall day in that garaden.
Views:542|Rating:5.00|View Time:8:53Minutes|Likes:4|Dislikes:0 Alaska Port Graham Village Christmas with St. Innocent Academy …. of old… even Christmas is past and Great Lent is about to start; we still really did not know the true birth date of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Therefore here is a video I found for you all in my picture library. Enjoy! Also may the ever-renewed birth of our Lord of glory Jesus Christ Son of God be in our hearts, every day of every year, be unto our salvation to eternal life. Amen
Views:1349|Rating:5.00|View Time:4:55Minutes|Likes:10|Dislikes:0 Saint Anthony’s Church in Greenwich Village is one of the earliest Catholic churches in New York City. Once, a vibrant and dominant Italian Community which built this city, the church was the forefront of all this activity, from neighborhhood feasts, etc.
Saint Anthony’s Church was featured in the original Godfather movie as well as many TV series in the 60s thru the 80’s. The neighborhood is changing. High Rents have pushed many of the Italian community who grew up here, out. It’s whatever the market can bear now. But Saint Anthony’s will live in the hearts and minds of those who grew up here.