Friday, July 20, 2007

InSPIREation

The Rayne Memorial United Methodist Church had one thing in common with a lot of churches around the New Orleans area a couple years ago. It had a spire that stuck up in the wind.

This renovation work on the St. Charles Avenue church has been proceeding on the church for the last couple months. She's getting a new spire and general fix up work.

--steve buser

7 comments:

Abraham Lincoln said...

Well that looks different. And it will look even better without the scaffolding.

Annie said...

Mother Nature was fierce on those days, so fierce. Now she is calm again, thank goodness.

lv2scpbk said...

It must be the posting of churches today. I posted one too and have already seen others.

Neva said...

Thanks for stopping by...your sense of humor is awesome!! thank heavens you always have coffee on....but I cam meet you at the Cafe Du Monde and enjoy a cuppa there !!! I love this picture with the scaffold and all....not that I would ever want to be on it or anything!!

Jules said...

At first glance it looks like a water tower on top - what actually is the black structure meant to do???

NorthBayPhoto said...

Great shot. I like the look of traditional churches, big spires, impressive high ceilings!

Steve Buser said...

Jules --what your seeing here (the steel and then the black covering) is the structure that will eventually be the spire of the church. I presume that it is being built a lot stronger than before.

--steve buser