Sunday, December 18, 2005

Unitarian Church, Geneva, Illinois


A picture of the Unitarian Universalist Society of Geneva's Church in a warmer season. We must have a foot of snow right now.

West Side agent and I were greeters last night. This structure was build in 1843 and heated with a coal stoves in the center of the church until the 1950s (I think; maybe it was the 1940's).

Teenagers would start the stoves on Saturday night and sleep inside the church so it would be warm for Sunday services. I was thinking of them last night.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Nice to know you did your greeter thing last night. That is sure a pretty church.
mother in law to the West Side agent

Bill Baar said...

You're smart to be where it's warm.