Sunday, January 07, 2007

The Wee Chapel with the Crooked Cross

Between Niagara Falls and the quaint town of Niagara-on-the-Lake is a wee chapel that is always open to the public, even in the winter. There is room only for 2 or 3 persons to be inside and that would be crowded! Usually hymn music is playing and there is free literature and a guest book for all to sign and it's lovely to see where folks came from who signed the book. The cross on the top is crooked and I wonder if whoever looks after this little building will straighten it.

5 comments:

talj said...

what a beautiful little chapel!!:o) I think the crooked cross just adds even more character to the place! :o)

Kaycee said...

Just lovely, Pat. I would really like to visit Niagara-On-The Lake.

AB said...

I love this chapel - it's such a gem. The fact that it's just so tiny is amazing.

Patz said...

Thanks Talj.

Kathy, someday we will. You and I will meet in the Falls and I never go to the Falls without driving up to Niagara-on-the-Lake. It has won the award here in Canada numerous times for "Prettiest Town in Canada".

Hi Anna. So glad we saw this little chapel together.

Nita said...

This makes such a beautiful photo. I like the way the yellow sky is reflected in the back of the little window. Nita