Sunday, January 13, 2013

Sunday Church Series - Gloria


Temple Marais, a protestant reform church since 1802 was formerly St. Mary of the Angels ( built in 1632).  It is rarely open to the public during the week, hence the only photograph I have.  I just LOVE the red front doors!

17 Rue St. Antoine
75004 Paris

11 comments:

Vreni said...

I´ve never been inside (well, I´ve never even tried to get inside), but the red doors are great!

ALAIN said...

Une église qui devient un Temple, ce n'est pas très courant en France. La maison de Dieu devrait être commune à toutes les religions.

Shell Sherree said...

I love your capture of the cherub in the light, V. This is gorgeous.

M said...

It was closed when I went by --- quelle dommage! I can see from your photo that I missed out! Another reason to return to Paris!

TheChieftess said...

Nice shot!!!

Starman said...

Heaven forbid a church should be open to the public!

Mary said...

It's a beautiful photo to have, though. Red doors? I would adore them, i'm sure!

Jack said...

The . . . red front doors? Uh, yeah, me too.

Angelsdoor * Penny said...

Breathtaking photo!

Alexa said...

Beautiful, V!

Kristie Franklin said...

V,

Meep's calendar is adorable! She looks so very French!