Wordless Wednesday: Outreach, Rhode Island Style

Wordless Wednesday

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  1. Interesting captures for the day, Sandy! Surely they aren't that "color" oriented in your part of the world! I'm always curious about "color" as I had a mixed marriage! Great post/photos as always! Hope your week is going well!

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  2. New England!

    ALOHA from Honolulu
    Comfort Spiral
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  3. The subtle humor behind it! It would help,I think! Nicely Sandy!

    Hank

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  4. ha. that church sign is awesome...we often laugh at the signs here, they are pretty terrible...smiles.

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  5. What a handsome old church and it has windows that open,

    I love the sign.

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  6. Ha...that might just draw in someone in.Pretty clever.

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  7. That's a great sign! It will definitely get people's attention. :)

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  8. it says it all...lol!

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  9. pretty clever. and just plain pretty. :)

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  10. Novel idea to get folk into Church lol

    Are you back with the Headbangers yet????????

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  11. What a great invite.
    I think if more churches had signs like that more people would go in.

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  12. I would go just to check it out!

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  13. Anonymous10:46 AM

    Awww - so gorgeous! Love that 'ad' outside the church.

    BTW - I've written to you about hosting Our World ... if you haven't found anybody.

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  14. Funny -- actually took me a few seconds to get the joke. (It's one of the cuter church-board signs I've ever seen, that's for sure).

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  15. Sylvia,
    I think the "white" refers to the color of the exterior. It's Yankee humor.

    This marquis made me smile after spending so much time in the South, where the message is usually "repent or burn" or "God is ruthless, so get your act together." Not in those words, but close enough. It's the kind of religion that makes it easy to understand why people drink.

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  16. I get a kick out of so many sincere message signs like this one, where the person who devised it means no harm. But then, that's what makes it so hilarious! :D)!

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  17. Very interesting images of the church.

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