All Saints Church

Most of the churches that I photograph are of the older, more majestic type of architecture that glorifies God through the various artistic expressions incorporated within the design itself. A lot of the newer churches seem more like converted hardware stores or have very simplistic and “dumbed down” design. Well, they don’t have to be that way. Consider this church and read the story about it’s sacred architecture and how it came to be built here.

All Saints Church, Walton, Kentucky
All Saints Church, Walton, Kentucky
The Baldachin ov
The Baldacchino over the Altar
The Mother Teresa Icon
The Mother Teresa Icon
The Baptistry
The Baptistry
The Tympanum over the main door,hand carved from a 2 ton slab of limestone
The Tympanum over the main door,hand carved from a 2 ton slab of limestone

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