InSPIREd Sunday ~ Snohomish

One drive around a couple blocks yielded all these churches in the city of Snohomish last Sunday.

This church has been converted to a wedding chapel. When we went all the way around I took a photo from the front view, too.

I wasn’t sure if this is still a church or if it’s been converted to a different use. It was too rainy and dreary on this day to get out of the car and check. All my photos on this drive around a few blocks came from an open window in our car.

This is Zion Lutheran Church.

This photo above is the front of the wedding chapel.

This is the Snohomish Evangelical Free Church.

We took this little drive because we got to a furniture store a little early and it wasn’t open yet. I saw several “spires” from the furniture store and decided a little drive would yield some good views for InSPIREd Sunday. Thank you Beth and Sally!

I’m looking forward to seeing the churches y’all have posted in this new year. Happy New Year everyone.

About Ellen am a wife, mother, baba (grandmother) and a loyal friend. Jesus is my King and my hope is in my future with Him.

14 thoughts on “InSPIREd Sunday ~ Snohomish

  1. The wedding chapel is my favorite. The Snohomish Evangelical Free Church has such a wonderful steeple, but I must say that I’ve never seen a chimney on a church like this one. It look like a house that has been adapted for use as a church, sadly no history on their website. Have a wonderful week. Tom The Backroads Traveller

  2. I spent many evenings in Snohomish, at high school sporting events. It seems like we were always there after dark! It’s a lovely little place though! I love your spire photos very much!

  3. Thank you for the delightful tour of Snohomish churches. I love to visit Snohomish whenever I’m up there . . . so many little charming homes, antique shops, and the main street downtown along the river walk. And that really good bakery with PIE! Happy New Year to you and yours, Ellen.

  4. I recognize several of those churches 😉
    A few miles north of Snohomish is Machias. Our old chapel is still standing, built in the early 1900’s. Although we now use the “newer” building for Sunday services the old chapel is till used occasionally, including for our daughter’s wedding reception! 🙂

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