InSPIREd Sunday ~Port Townsend

Trinity United Methodist Church in Port Townsend, Washington. You can read about it’s history here.

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Port Townsend, Washington. The history and heritage of the church can be read here.  Click on InSPIREd Sunday to see more posts from around the world. Thank you Beth and Sally!

These photos were taken in June of 2011. Dear and I took a ferry/road trip over to the Kitsap Peninsula, across the Hood Canal Bridge and onto the historic city of Port Townsend. We enjoyed a day of exploring including going to some garage sales. Posts on our time in Port Townsend can be found here, architecture of the town here, and some yard art here.

On this Sunday we had a very inspiring church service that featured Michael Franzese, a former crime family boss who quit the mob and lived to tell his story. Looking forward to reading his book called Blood Covenant. Seattle is all abuzz with the Seahawks win against the Panthers on Saturday. One more game to determine if they are in the Super Bowl again. I’m suffering from the after effects of a crown and not the kind you put on top of your head. Hope all is well in your corner of the world.

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.

11 thoughts on “InSPIREd Sunday ~Port Townsend

  1. Nice photos! I especially like that Methodist Church with its square tower. I forgot to link York Minster to Inspired Sunday. Maybe I’ll do it next week. We were at YM before but not for evensong. We plan to do that this spring! Thank you for stopping at Cranberry Morning.

  2. I’ll go back and take a closer look. I am sorry that you are in some distress…have any Thieves? It works wonders on mouth pain.

  3. I’ve been to Port Townsend just once and have always planned to go back. There’s just something about a beautiful old church anchoring a town, isn’t there?
    I hope that crown pain lets up soon!

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