Wednesday, May 25, 2016

We walk into a church in Annapolis (and drive past several more)

Usually on Wednesdays, we post several photos of the outsides of churches from the state we most recently visited. Today is different.

The very first church we noticed was in the heart of Annapolis, just a few blocks from the state capitol. St. Anne's was the church home of three signers of the Declaration of Independence and of Francis Scott Key, who wrote the lyrics to the National Anthem. And the door was open, and it's beautiful.

So even though we've put pictures from a few other churches at the end of this post, we thought you'd most like to see the the church on the circle in Annapolis, St Anne's Episcopal.

And the other churches, as seen from the outside.
Church of Life in Jesus, Highland, Maryland
Church of Life in Jesus, Highland

Epworth Methodist Church, Gaithersburg, MD
Epworth Methodist Church, Gaithersburg

Gaithersburg Presbyterian Church, MD
Gaithersburg Presbyterian Church

Good Hope Presbyterian Church, Fulton, Maryland
Good Hope Presbyterian, Fulton

Trinity Episcopal Church, Elkridge, Maryland
Trinity Episcopal Church, Elkridge

Resurrection Baptist Church, Silver Spring Maryland
Resurrection Baptist Church, Silver Spring

Saint Patrick Catholic Church, Rockville, Maryland
St Patrick Catholic Church, Rockville

Saint Paul's Lutheran, near Annapolis
St Paul's Lutheran, near Annapolis