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Private Chapel

Imagine this as your private chapel that is attached to your house by a private walkway so you don't even get wet on your way to worship. 

 

 

From the new album by Passenger with all proceeds going to the charity Shelter

Private Chapel

Imagine this as your private chapel that is attached to your house by a private walkway so you don't even get wet on your way to worship. 

 

 

From the new album by Passenger with all proceeds going to the charity Shelter

comments (11)

Elle est très belle avec ces magnifiques vitraux.
Bill Phillips: It is a beautiful chapel Martine
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 5 May 2019, 01:59
I do like those windows, Bill.
Bill Phillips: They are rather splendid Ray
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 5 May 2019, 05:41
We are in Droitwich? I love the golden glittering - a very fine chapel - but not for you?
Bill Phillips: No this is Tyntesfield Philine
  • Chris
  • England
  • 5 May 2019, 06:57
Getting wet on your way to commune with the Almighty might be bothersome..
Bill Phillips: Quite so Chris.
What’ wrong with a bit of ‘wet’?
Bill Phillips: Never bothered me but in Victorian novels of the Jane Austen variety if the got caught in the rain they were at death's door for 3 months....talk about snowflake generation!
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 5 May 2019, 08:28
Looks to be a good place to keep my bikes. I thought that suffering in the name of religion was part of the deal?
Bill Phillips: Only for the poor Alan
Wow, if this private chapel is part of the house I would love to see how magnificent the rest of the place is, Bill.
Bill Phillips: The house is Tyntesfield that I showed the other day and it is magnificent
Don't you have one of those?

You thought my nmagnificent sunset today was from Peter?

Lots of questions.
Bill Phillips: Why would an atheist want a chapel?
Sorry....I had a long day yesterday grin
And only feeble answers grin
It is certainly a very fine chapel, many of the big houses had their own chapels, they must certainly have had a lot of money, I bet the poor peasants who earnt it all for them weren't allowed to worship in these private chapels.
it is a glorious chapel Bill... i think that he is a fat rich man who owns it....petersmile
One is reminded of the saying about the "eye of the needle" smile

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