Beautiful Church In Shoreline Connecticut, USA – Via Flickr
After noting this that our readers are taking much more interest in our post 40 most beautiful mosques around the world we decided to have a post on most beautiful churches around the world. So letâ€™s take a look at some incredibly beautiful churches which are absolutely incredible architecture work.
A Church In ReykjavÃk, Iceland – Via Flickr
A Church In Copenhagen, Denmark – Via Flickr
A Church In Limassol, Cyprus – Via Flickr
Church of Saint Gregory of Neocaesarea in Moscow – Via Flickr
A Church In Kerala, India – Via Flickr
A Church In Old Florida, USA – Via Flickr
A Church In Old Boston, Massachusetts – Via Flickr
Chaengwattana Community Church In North Bangkok – Via Flickr
A Church In Kizhi, Russia – Via Flickr
A Church In New Mexico, USA – Via Flickr
A Church In Goa, India – Via Flickr
A Church In Steinhausen, Germany – Via Flickr
A Church In Reykjavik, Iceland – Via Flickr
Three Kings Church In Frankfurt, Germany – Via Flickr
A Church In St. Casimir, Vilnius, Lithuania – Via Flickr
Riddarholm Church In Sweden – Via Flickr
Temple Church in North Dublin, Ireland – Via Flickr
A Wonderful Church InÂ Moscow – Via Flickr
Russian Orthodox Church of the Nativity, Erie, Pennsylvania – Via Flickr
41 thoughts on “20 Most Beautiful Churches Around The World”
Very nice, but there is no such place as Old Florida, USA.
Yeah I was wondering about that Old Florida thing too. Great pictures though
Some of those, like #1, would have been better without the HDR over-processing.
how sad that the names of the churches and specific locations are not listed!!! We would love to visit them.
OH, Lois that is a great idea. one can plan an entire vacation around that single idea. i’m almost sure if you wrote this media they will be happy to provide you with the locations.
I’m pervez Joseph from kuwait,working in ministry of health, and my wife is working in pakistan,in united christian hospital in school of nursing as a principle school of nursing. I completed my Bachelor’s degree in Theology in 2008. It is my heartly desire to serve in one of the most beatuiful churches of America. Is it possible? Yes, only in the Name of The Lord Jesus Christ, that is the name above all the names .
Together In ‘His’ service.
I thought all these Churches are Exquisite. One could only marvel by the works of His finger tips. And from the hands of Men and Women, You can truly see our Father has done such Wonders that would always remain Mysterious to each and everyone. Thank you for sharing such a Blessing Father.
these are great churches but the paoay church in ilocos norte philippines deserves a spot
these all are great churches that i have noticed so please give the details about it.
i want to join your because i want to became a true christian and i want to join your minstrie.my name si simon john.and ia read in f.s.c and pls join me and send the more beautifull picture.and pls join me thank you very much
the sons of God saw that the daughters of humans were beautiful, and they married any of them they chose.
Genesis 6:1-3 (in Context) Genesis 6 (Whole Chapter)
As he was about to enter Egypt, he said to his wife Sarai, â€œI know what a beautiful woman you are.
Genesis 12:10-12 (in Context) Genesis 12 (Whole Chapter)
When Abram came to Egypt, the Egyptians saw that Sarai was a very beautiful woman.
Genesis 12:13-15 (in Context) Genesis 12 (Whole Chapter)
The woman was very beautiful, a virgin; no man had ever slept with her. She went down to the spring, filled her jar and came up again.
Genesis 24:15-17 (in Context) Genesis 24 (Whole Chapter)
When the men of that place asked him about his wife, he said, â€œShe is my sister,â€ because he was afraid to say, â€œShe is my wife.â€ He thought, â€œThe men of this place might kill me on account of Rebekah, because she is beautiful.â€
Genesis 26:6-8 (in Context) Genesis 26 (Whole Chapter)
Leah had weak eyes, but Rachel had a lovely figure and was beautiful.
Genesis 29:16-18 (in Context) Genesis 29 (Whole Chapter)
â€œNaphtali is a doe set free that bears beautiful fawns.
Genesis 49:20-22 (in Context) Genesis 49 (Whole Chapter)
â€œHow beautiful are your tents, Jacob, your dwelling places, Israel!
Numbers 24:4-6 (in Context) Numbers 24 (Whole Chapter)
if you notice among the captives a beautiful woman and are attracted to her, you may take her as your wife.
Deuteronomy 21:10-12 (in Context) Deuteronomy 21 (Whole Chapter)
When I saw in the plunder a beautiful robe from Babylonia, two hundred shekels of silver and a bar of gold weighing fifty shekels, I coveted them and took them. They are hidden in the ground inside my tent, with the silver underneath.â€
Joshua 7:20-22 (in Context) Joshua 7 (Whole Chapter)
These church buildings are amazing. I have not seen them here in Uganda.I would love to invite you for a mission trip to see how people worship in the third world countries.
I wish ST PATRICK’S CHURCH, KARACHI,PAKISTAN could also be on this list. Have visited Rome, Tunis, Paris, Toronto, UK churches but none of these gorgious houses of worshipas yet.
The “Old Florida” church is Christ Episcopal Church in Monticello, Florida.
Fuck the buildings
Go to hell you all
The Danish church is the Church of Our Saviour at Christianshavn, Copenhagen – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Church_of_Our_Saviour,_Copenhagen 🙂
what town is the southern connecticut church in?
These church are very very beautiful. I love it so much and thank God.
I am Bruce a Black British called to China.
These Churches are very beautifully built I pray that our hearts may also honour our LORD with beauty.
Thank you our LORD for giving the architectures these gifts. In JESUS NAME AMEN
I am samuel from Nigeria
the church are very beautyful and pray , one day i will see some of them
I pray that our hearts may also, beautyful as these buildings in gesus name amen
It is interesting how carefully and craftly made many church buildings are around the world.The have many & different styles reflecting the era, the culture, the influences, trends in style and the liturgy. Much of what has become known as Christian actually comes from Paganism and worship of the sun & the cults of fertility, as often are the day and holidays dedicated to worship or consecrated as holy days. Christmas & Easter, for example,came from sun-worship and so did Sun-day, which many believe is kept in honor of Christ’s Ressurection when Jesus, as good Jew, worshiped on Saturday & may not have risen from the dead on the 1st day of the week but on Saturday evening,if 3 days and 3 nights are counted from His death day.
Thus, triangular shapes of spires & window vaults have more to do with the fertility rights of Egypt and an influence from the Templars and Masons’ lodge than with the Trinity, which is a concept more in tune with Hinduism & Mitraism than with Judaism,from which Christianity arose & that preached the existence of a Unitarian God without partners or different manifestations.
The Hebrew & the Christian Bibles both state that God doesn’t abide in temples made by the hands of man, and although there was great joy when temples were built in the Old Testament and a sad omen hovered over Israel when they were destroyed,marking God’s disapproval of the ways of His people and His almost abandonment of it.Jesus also prophesied that the temple of His days would be destroyed,as a sign of God’s final abandonment of Israel as a chosen nation,after its rejection of His Messiah, for which Jesus cried over Jerusalem, saying that He had tried over and over again to attract His people to Him as the fulfillment of the meassianic prophecies.Hence,as Christ as the Lamb of God died on the cross as an atonement for the sins of Israel and the whole world, the veil of the temple ruptured from top to bottom showing that the way to the most holy place, or the presence of God,was available through the merits of Christ’s atoning death for humanity.
So, we need no temples or rituals, or not even sacrifices any longer to try to “appease” the Deity, as even some “Christian” denominations claim, for Christ has already accomplished the task of being our atonement and is now our High Priest in the celestial courts. As beautiful as structures, temples, services and rituals might be, we don’t exactly need them, and we are the temples in which God wants to inhabit through His Holy Spirit under the intercession of Jesus Christ, the Son.
I loved every one of the Churches. Just shows how much we are missing in our little part of this whole wide world. Thank you to the WWW blessings of our times. Amen, Amen and Amen!
God bless you . . .
i agree with rauljones, much of what we see here is ruined by HDR
Those churches are so beautiful, I wish i could visit them all
Wow!superb excellent construstion.Hatsoff to the constructorsof these churches.Ihave never seen such type of churches.There are no adjectives to refer those churches.wonderful.
I am Jeeta from india (kotagarh).When i was seen this photos, i”was became a mad bcoz constuction of churches was really excellent.I will pray 2 god JESUS save & bless him who were made this churches.AMEN
I have seen these churches, all are really nice, i wish to get chance to visit these place. i dont know how it is possible?
Hello I am Rev.Zeeshan Gill from Lahore Pakistan.I am Serving Lord with OTS. I really want to see some beautiful churches . how is it possible I don’t know but some day God will make it possible. greetins in Jesus name.
VERY NICE WORK, BUT IT WOULD BE MORE NICE IF THE NAME OF THE CHURCH ,WHEN ESTD, AND CAPACITY OF PEOPLE IN EVERY MASS. AND I THINK IF POSSIBLE YOU CAN DO AN OTHER WITH OLD CHURCH OF THE WORLD. THANKS.
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