We loved this church, which is currently being renovated. Walking onto the grounds, one gets a sense of reverence and a walk into the church does not diminish it. We wandered around inside and out and found fabric of history and humanity all around. Around back one finds slate with the etching of children that ostensibly died, with their parents making one last imprint of a life taken too young. Pieces of Islamic influence can be seen as well as the tide of Christianity that that rose, fell and has risen again in the 21st century. The gardens outside and beautiful flora all make this worth an hour.
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