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Worth the trip to Malbis to see this gorgeous church. The murals are absolutely fabulous. They are open during the day; free to visit but an offering can be made. Prayer candles are available to light.
We took our Boy Scout troop for a tour of this amazing church. The architecture and history within is breathtaking. This church has so much unique character. Our hostess was thorough and very age appropriate with the information shared. It was great to see this...More
Traveling through and came across this beautiful church. Though the doors were locked we were able to call the phone number listed online and within minutes we were greeted by an absolutely wonderful member of the Malbis family. She graciously opened the church and gave...More
I saw this building on a calendar several years ago and decided that I would visit someday. I moved to Biloxi MS several years ago. My daughter came for a visit recently and we were in AL and accidentally came upon the church. It is...More
Our church group arrange a tour of the church. It is absolutely beautiful! The church is owned by the Malbis family, and one of the relatives gave us the history of the church. It was a great experience.
I'd visited this beautiful church in its unlikely location some 30 years ago with a dear friend who grew up nearby. Unfortunately, my next visit there this week was for his funeral. Nonetheless, it was an amazing experience to see this beautiful place again with...More
This is a beautiful church out in the middle or a rural area. It is filled with paintings, other art and history. It is truly spectacular. The ceilings and walls are covered with paintings depicting events in the bible. It is a must see if...More
This church building is absolutely stunning. The architecture is beautiful & the interior murals & ornate decorations are gorgeous. I live about 10 miles away & generally take visiting family and friends to tour it. It is one of those places you could easily pass...More