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Walnut Hill United Methodist Church

Walnut Hill United Methodist ChurchHappy Easter! In honor of Resurrection Sunday, a new category for houses of worship.  Today’s feature is the church where I grew up. In addition to being a wonderful place to call home, this church has a beautiful facility. I used to hear stories of flight attendants who wished to be married at Walnut Hill Methodist Church because they saw its steeple from the air flying into and out of Love Field. The sanctuary was build in the 1960s. The 13 windows in the sanctuary and 2 in the chapel are made with an unusual chunky glass with sculpted edges and brilliant colors. The illustrations of the windows represent Biblical accounts from creation through eternal life and they are full of symbols that provoke thought. 10066 Marsh Lane in Dallas. Traditional worship at 8:30 and 10:55am.

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April 4, 2010 - Posted by | Creative, Houses of Worship | ,

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