Friday, 7 December 2018

Short Creek Church and Cemetery


A Lutheran church and cemetery north of Columbus, North Dakota.

The church was restored in 1981 and must have looked top-notch at the time. Sadly, little upkeep has been done in recent times, but . . . still a beauty. On a positive note, the cemetery is still maintained. 


The church is open . . . don't forget to sign the visitor's registry!




Pineapples embossed on the tin panels surrounding the interior of the church.


A few shots of the cemetery.



The unisex outhouse.  Note the "horns" on the roof peaks.


A few photos of the church taken from the cemetery.



- Michael Truman

1 comment:

  1. It always freaks me out to see national flags displayed in a church. The Anglicans are bad for that too. Plus they hang battle standards from the rafters as well. I believe in the separation of church and state. And war should never be celebrated in a Christian church, in my opinion.

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