Sunday, May 19, 2019

St. John's Church of Ireland

St. John's Church of Ireland Church
Chapel Lane, Killybegs

The church was built in 1829 and extended in 1859-1862.  You can read more about it here



26 comments:

  1. What a nice small building. It has been maintained well. I hope and pray it is well attended.

    God bless you, Bill.

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  2. I had no idea there was a "Church of Ireland."

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  3. Its clear that a lot of church builders from Ireland came to the America by comparing the little churches over there.

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  4. ...looks lovely, I'd like to see more!

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  5. Good Day, A beautiful setting for this church. Thanks for sharing the link, also.

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  6. Beautiful church and graveyard Bill.

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  7. It looks very pretty, I like that style.

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  8. What a nice looking church. There are only a few in my area that have a cemetery beside it.

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  9. Hi Bill.

    Beautiful church.

    Greeting from Patricia.

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  10. This pretty church is looking good for its age Bill ✨

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  11. Hello, it is a pretty church. Happy Sunday, enjoy your day. Wishing you a great new week ahead.

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  12. I really like all the green around it. Cute building.

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  13. It's a perfect little church in a wonderfully, green setting.

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  14. I love old churches and this one is a beauty Bill ⛪

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  15. What a nice looking Church, and thanks for the link.

    All the best Jan

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  16. A pretty little church, Bill!

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  17. that's a very different style of church for that era.

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  18. I didn’t know there was an official Church of Ireland. Actually reminds me of the way churches looked in the small town I grew up in. They always looked so friendly.

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  19. Looks like a very pretty church and cemetery.

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  20. Gee, it's beautiful and certainly doesn't look as old as it is!

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  21. Beautiful capture on the historic church! Loved the view

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