Sunday, 7 September 2014

A Village Church in France





My youngest granddaughter
was baptised in this village Church in
France.

As part of the Sunday service
she was welcomed into the community
by the congregation.






I'm linking this post to Inspired Sunday
thank you to the hosts.


Thank you all for your visits.
Enjoy your week!

Take care and
be kind to one another

Merci à bientôt


Shane












54 comments:

carole brungar said...

Hi Shane! Lovely to pop in for a quick visit! Loved your daffs, beautiful AND I was so excited to see you doing paper piecing! Oh wow, I can't wait to see what you're making!
I hope you are keeping well?
Hugs,
Carole

carole brungar said...

Hi Shane! How are you? Popping in for a quick visit, love all your daffodils, there so beautiful aren't they? AND it was a lovely surprise to find you're off on the paper piecing addiction! Good for you! Would love to see how you're doing.
Sending you hugs,
Carole

Tom said...

A special time for your family in this special church. Tom The Backroads Traveller

Bethany Carson said...

That's a beautiful little church; it would be interesting to know its history!

Tanya Breese said...

beautiful and i just love the inside! congrats to your granddaughter! what a special event :)

Madeline's Album said...

What a beautiful church to have a christening in. Have a blessed day.. Madeline

Alexa T said...

So lovely photo instants for a special event!! Enjoy your week, too!

carol l mckenna said...

Congratulations to your grand daughter and what lovely photos of a beautiful old church ~

artmusedog and carol (A Creative Harbor)

carol l mckenna said...

Congratulations to your grand daughter and what lovely photos of a beautiful old church ~

artmusedog and carol (A Creative Harbor)

carol l mckenna said...

Congratulations to your grand daughter and what lovely photos of a beautiful old church ~

artmusedog and carol (A Creative Harbor)

fredamans said...

Beautiful church!
God bless your grandlittle.

Lorrie said...

Hello Shane,
What a lovely church for your granddaughter's christening. The stone building is so typical of a village church. You must miss being apart from your loved ones. So nice to have the photos to look at.

Madelief said...

Congratulations Shane! Happy weekend! x

Tammy@T's Daily Treasures said...

So pretty. Have a great new week. Tammy

Beate said...

What a beautiful church, such a wonderful place for a christening :)

Micupoftea said...

So charming and scenic- what a gorgeous place to celebrate being a Child Of God! Have a nice week :)

Snap said...

Congratulations! What a beautiful church for such a special and beautiful occasion!

Julie Corbisiero said...

Hi Shane, congrats and what a beautiful church! Wishing you a wonderful week.
Julie

ellen b said...

What a lovely church. How nice to attend your youngest granddaughters christening here!

RedPat said...

That's wonderful! What a great day it was for your family!

Judith @ Lavender Cottage said...

A quaint little church for the christening and I'm sure the service was lovely.
Thank you for linking to Mosaic Monday Shane.

Mariette VandenMunckhof-Vedder said...

Dearest Shane,
Congratulations on your youngest granddaughter's baptism in such a lovely, historic French village Church.
That will mean a lot to her later, seeing these special photos.
Sending you hugs and wishing for a lovely week ahead.
We just got back from a 7-day trip in Arizona.
Mariette

Claudia said...

Hi Shane,
so wonderful, to celebrate this special day in such a wonderful church!
Have a wonderful new week, and thanks for visiting and foolowing me now :O)
Hugs,
Claudia :O)

Poppy said...

A lovely church in France's beautiful countryside for a baptism. May your little granddaughter be blessed with all of life's treasures.

Have a wonderful week, Shane.

Hugs,
Poppy

Mosaic Magpie said...

What a very special day!
Deb

Mary said...

France seems to have very interesting village churches - with solid and solemn looking exteriors, especially when old. This interior is so beautiful though - the wooden ceiling, terra-cotta tiled floor, arched windows with the light shining in, and the exquisite blue altar.

It's hard I know when the grandchildren are so far away - hope you see them again soon Shane.
Love, Mary





Dorthe said...

Dear Shane,
the altar panel is so beautiful, and the room looks so serene and lovely, what a wonderful church to be christened in !
I hope you are well, and send you hugs.
Dorthe

Angélica D said...

hola amiga querida!! yo accabo de estar en Francia!! ly es un pais con lleno de encanto.. que tengas un optimo comienzo de semana

Donna said...

What a glorious setting! Best wishes for your newest granddaughter! I know that you are saving up your pennies for a visit soon.

Jackie @ travelnwrite said...

What a beautiful setting! And what a warm welcome it appears your little one received. Congratulations~

Linda Kunsman said...

such a beautiful old church!

Optimistic Existentialist said...

Wow what an incredibly beautiful church. Truly breathtaking.

Beth said...

What a beautiful church to celebrate such a special occasion, Shane!

Marilyn said...

What a lovely occasion and the church is wonderful. Thanks for sharing this special occasion with us.

ladyfi said...

What a charming church!

Debby Ray said...

Oh wow...this is such a beautiful church...such a lovely setting!

Blackberry Lane said...

Beautiful church for a special occasion.

Tassell, Tea pot, and life down under said...

Hi Shane, thank you for visiting my blog and leaving your throughfful message and thank you for following my blog. I am now your new follower too. What a beautiful church to dedicate your dearest granddaughter. May our dear Lord bless her with abundance of life.

Blessings,
Aida

Midnight Cowgirl said...

Oh, how wonderful!

deb @ frugal little bungalow said...

It is a stunning church! :) Congrats on the special occasion !! :)

Debbie Nolan said...

Shane - just hopped over from Barbara's post. Love your beautiful blog. You are in the start of your spring and we are in the start of autumn here. I am looking forward to seeing your spring flowers now that mine are just a forgotten dream. That is what makes blogging so special. One can travel anywhere in the world by hitting a button. So when I am curled up by my fire ...I can come frolic in your summer days. So glad to meet you. Have a great week.

Felicia said...

how beautiful. love the stone floor

Janice / Dancing with Sunflowers said...

It is such a beautiful church, and lovely photos. I can see you love all things French - and that you have good reason to visit regularly!

Beatrice Euphemie said...

How sweetly beautiful! The perfect beginning for your sweet little granddaughter. Blessings to her and all those who love her. Hugs xo Karen

shirley flavell said...

A beautiful church and looks so lovely inside.The daffodils look so happy and such vibrant colour. Enjoy your paper piecing. I'm doing Lucy Boston. Not sure how big my quilt will get to. Shirley

podso said...

A beautiful old church and so nice to see inside it. Wonderful memory for you.

trishie said...

What a beautiful church - perfect for your granddaughter's christening. I especially love the sandstone exterior.

Mike @ A Bit About Britain said...

That's a beautiful church; and a wonderful occasion for you.

Donna@Gardens Eye View said...

A grand celebration in a beautiful peaceful setting.

Daphne Bryson said...

Good Afternoon Shane, I have just popped over to visit you after reading Barbara's post.
The French village church is beautiful and what a glorious church to have a baptism.
You are enjoying Spring flowers and my flowers have almost finished flowering in my garden. When I see a bunch of daffodils in Spring time, it makes me so happy, because I know after long, dark winter days the warmer weather is on the way.
Have a lovely day.
Best Wishes
Daphne

EG CameraGirl said...

The church is a handsome one. A great place to be christened!

Marja said...

Congratulations What a beautiful place for that

Dagmar said...

What a lovely moment you shared with us all.
Xox

Beth, ...".E." Lizard Breath Speaks said...

just gorgeous!! thank you for sharing with us at Inspired Sunday. what a beauty. sorry i am late commenting ... i have been away. ( :

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