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Rows of Wood Pews and Balcony in Landmark Church. – 18″W x 12″H – Peel and Stick Wall Decal by Wallmonkeys

Rows of Wood Pews and Balcony in Landmark Church. – 18″W x 12″H – Peel and Stick Wall Decal by Wallmonkeys

  • Simply Peel and Stick! Remove and re-use.
  • Sticks to virtually any painted surface.
  • Can be moved again and again. No professional installation required.
  • Printed, packed, and shipped in the USA!
  • Please be sure you ordered the right size for your intended use.

WallMonkeys uses premium materials & state-of-the-art production technologies. Our wall graphics apply in minutes and won’t damage your paint or leave any residue behind. PLEASE double check the size of the image you are ordering prior to clicking the ‘ADD TO CART’ button. Our graphics are offered in a variety of sizes and prices.

  • WallMonkeys are intended for indoor use only.
  • Please do not wash or get the surface of your Wallmonkeys decal wet.
  • We suggest at least two people to help apply decals 48 inches or larger.
  • Your order will ship within 3 business days, often sooner. Some orders require the full 3 days to allow dark colors and inks to fully dry prior to shipping. Quality is worth waiting an extra day for!
  • Our huge selection of decals are perfect for virtually any use: school projects, trade shows, teachers classrooms, colleges, nurseries, college dorms, event planners, and corporations of all size.

    List Price: $ 27.99

    Price: $ 27.99

  • Rows of Wood Pews and Balcony in Landmark Church. – 30″W x 20″H – Peel and Stick Wall Decal by Wallmonkeys

    Rows of Wood Pews and Balcony in Landmark Church. – 30″W x 20″H – Peel and Stick Wall Decal by Wallmonkeys

    • Simply Peel and Stick! Remove and re-use.
    • Sticks to virtually any painted surface.
    • Can be moved again and again. No professional installation required.
    • Printed, packed, and shipped in the USA!
    • Please be sure you ordered the right size for your intended use.

    WallMonkeys uses premium materials & state-of-the-art production technologies. Our wall graphics apply in minutes and won’t damage your paint or leave any residue behind. PLEASE double check the size of the image you are ordering prior to clicking the ‘ADD TO CART’ button. Our graphics are offered in a variety of sizes and prices.

  • WallMonkeys are intended for indoor use only.
  • Please do not wash or get the surface of your Wallmonkeys decal wet.
  • We suggest at least two people to help apply decals 48 inches or larger.
  • Your order will ship within 3 business days, often sooner. Some orders require the full 3 days to allow dark colors and inks to fully dry prior to shipping. Quality is worth waiting an extra day for!
  • Our huge selection of decals are perfect for virtually any use: school projects, trade shows, teachers classrooms, colleges, nurseries, college dorms, event planners, and corporations of all size.

    List Price: $ 44.99

    Price: $ 44.99

  • Pastor and Editor of Landmark Book Detailing the Testimonies of 23 Former Homosexuals Responds to the Oscar Nominated Movie “Brokeback Mountain”

    Springfield, MA (PRWEB) January 31, 2006

    The movie “Brokeback Mountain” details a long-term relationship between two cowboys who fall in love, marry women and start families of their own. Over the years, the two homosexuals carry on a relationship and use camping and fishing trips to carry sexual relations.

    The movie’s message is in unison with what the gay lobby in America has espoused for years, that society forces men into “down low” behavior because of their prejudice against gays. The inference is that the cowboys could have lived an openly gay life if America had accepted the behavior.

    Reverend Talbert W. Swan, II, pastor of the Solid Rock Church of God in Christ in Indian Orchard, MA, doesn’t agree with the content or the intent of the movie. “This is another attempt by homosexual activists, with assistance from Hollywood to portray gays as victims and to silence anyone opposed to their behavior by gaining the empathy of moviegoers” said Swan.

    Swan contends that the question is not whether or not gay men can be masculine or rugged like cowboys or if their so-called love should be accepted but whether or not homosexuality is normal, natural or morally wrong. “This movie cleverly attempts to justify homosexual practice by presenting likeable characters who viewers sympathize with and to bring about gay advocacy through a tragic movie ending brought about by what gay activists and sympathizers call homophobia” said Swan.

    Swan condemns the media for what he calls the “homosexualization of America” by giving Americans a steady diet of television programs depicting settings tolerant of homosexuality. Such shows as Friends, and Will & Grace “attempt to desensitize us to the sin of deviant sexual behavior” said Swan.

    When asked if he is preaching hate Swan adamantly protests by pointing out that homosexuality is about sexual relations between people of the same gender, not the character or circumstance of homosexuals themselves. “We condemn the behavior, not the person” he says.

    Pastor Swan balks at the labels placed on outspoken critics of homosexuality. “They label our righteous indignation as right wing bigotry or religious fanaticism. God’s people can no longer afford to be ambivalent and unconcerned about what is going on around us or about what it means,” said Swan.

    When asked about what the Christian response to Brokeback Mountain should be, Swan stated “Unfortunately, the gay lobby has many Bible believing Christians afraid to stand up and speak the truth concerning the sin of homosexuality.” He asserts that men and women of faith must “rise up against the sweeping tide of sinful deception.”

    Swan contends that Brokeback Mountain does a wonderful job in evoking empathy for homosexuals and uses the power of the media to gain converts for the homosexual agenda but makes no good argument for homosexual behavior being normal, natural or Biblically acceptable. Unfortunately, Swan says “Telling a good story through the power of the big screen will still rally support to the homosexual cause.” He warns Christians not to allow their opposition to homosexuality be broken by Brokeback Mountain.

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    Historic church still top landmark for navigators

    Historic church still top landmark for navigators
    SINCE medieval times, Holy Trinity Church has been a landmark for mariners and yesterday it provided the backdrop for the launch of a book to help modern visitors navigate Hul
    Read more on Yorkshire Post

    Trinity OKs curbside trash pickup, recycling
    You may need to be logged in to see stories listed here that are in our archives. TRINITY — Trinity will provide curbside trash pickup weekly and recycling service every other week to its citizens.
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    Church to welcome Sentamu
    COLOURFUL Reverend, Dr John Sentamu Archbishop of York, is paying a visit to Bridlington’s Holy Trinity Church next month. (16/09/2010)
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    Landmark church decapitated on Main St.

    Landmark church decapitated on Main St.
    the landmark home of a 308-year-old congregation in the heart of downtown Flushing.The towering wooden spire of the iconic St. George’s Church signaled the parish’s importance to the local community through its prominent slot in the neighborhood’s burgeoning skyline.But the freak Sept. 16 storm left…
    Read more on New York Post

    Church notes
    Services at Beth Israel Congregation commemorating the end of the High Holiday period will be held through Friday, Oct. 1 at the synagogue, 1015 E. Park Ave., Vineland.
    Read more on Bridgeton News

    Church notes
    Animal blessings The Unitarian First Religious Society on Pleasant Street will hold a “Blessing of the Animals” service on Sunday, Oct. 3, at 10:30 a.m. Adults, children and well-behaved animals are welcome, as are photos of animals that can’t be present. Living and departed animals will be blessed. For information, call Vicki Dyer at 978-465-0602, ext. 401.
    Read more on The Daily News of Newburyport

    Bridge Brands Chocolate Boston Landmark 3 Tin Gift Set – Paul Revere/Old No. Church/Tea Party

    Bridge Brands Chocolate Boston Landmark 3 Tin Gift Set – Paul Revere/Old No. Church/Tea Party

    • Three Tins of Premium Gourmet Chocolate From Bridge Brands Chocolate
    • Featuring the Classic Sights of “Beantown,” Boston, Massachusetts
    • All Tins in This Set Contain Milk Chocolate
    • Great as a Gift or Souvenir for Visitors and Out-Of-Town Friends
    • Certified Kosher

    Our Boston Landmark Tins are collected into two sleek gift sets. Experience Beantown like never before with these beautifully designed tins, filled with delicious Bridge Brands Chocolate! Set one includes the Paul Revere, Old North Church and Boston Tea Party Tins

    Price: $ 18.95

    Old North Church – A Historical Landmark In Boston Commemorative Of A Time Long Past

    Old North Church – A Historical Landmark In Boston Commemorative Of A Time Long Past

    One of Boston’s most popular National Historic Landmarks, the ancient Old North Church is a must see for all those visiting the city. Built in 1723, this Episcopal Church is well known among people as Christ Church and is linked with the phrase “One if by land, two if by sea.” The fame of this historic church began when Robert Newman, the church’s sexton, on behalf of Paul Revere signaled with two lanterns from the church steeple to indicate that the British were marching to Lexington and Concord not by land, but by sea. The original steeple was destroyed in a storm, but today a replica of the original stands in its place.

    Everyday, crowds of people stream in to view this beautiful church that has an extremely legendary and mysterious aura. One of the church’s highlights is the ring of its 8 bells, which is possibly the oldest church bells to be found in the country. One of the church bells still reads the inscription “We are the first ring of bells cast for the British Empire in North America, A.R. 1744.” The inside of the church is breathtaking in its old world charm that includes ornate chandeliers and box style pews.

    The church also consists of a beautiful and historical garden that visitors will definitely enjoy exploring and taking pictures of. Many rare flowers and plants grow in the lovely setting of the garden, whilst there are 3 major attractions that lie within it. A chapel knows as the Chapel of St Francis originally stood on the grounds, which has now been converted to the Old North Church Museum and a gift shop. A visit to the church will not be complete without picking up a souvenir from the wide range of attractive souvenirs that are available for all ages in the gift shop.

    Within the garden also lies the Third Lantern Garden and the Washington Memorial Garden where visitors can relax after walking the Freedom Trail. Along the trail, you will see many unique plants and commemorative plaques of history and times long gone.

    Tourists wishing to visit this incredible historic landmark and explore the rest of the city would need to stay at one of the hotels in Boston. Amid the many Boston hotels, the Langham Hotel Boston is a modern and charming base for relaxation with easy access to the city’s popular landmarks.

    Pushpitha Wijesinghe is an experienced independent freelance writer. He specializes in providing a wide variety of content and articles related to the travel hospitality industry.