The UK is well known for it’s magnificent church buildings. No matter which city you visit, there will most certainly be an ancient church building, planted in a prominent and focal position. My nearest city is Lichfield and is well known for it’s three-spired cathedral.
The tallest spire stands at almost 252 feet, meaning wherever you are in Lichfield, you are able to see the Cathedral, towering above every other building. I think that’s pretty amazing and I’ve always been fascinated by the amount of work that would have gone into building such a glorious place of worship.
A news article I read today in The Church Times caught my attention. A church in Bristol, that has been closed for 65 years, after being bombed during WWII, is going to be restored and rebuilt over a 6 year period. I found this particularly interesting in light of the recent…
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