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For Where Two or Three Are Gathered In My Name Bible Decals Wall Quotes Faith Scripture Home Decor Stickers

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The Three Graces – Liverpool Waterfront – Port of Liverpool Building

The Three Graces – Liverpool Waterfront – Port of Liverpool Building
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The Three Graces – Liverpool Waterfront.

All Grade II* listed buildings (apart from the nearby modern buildings).

The Three Graces: Royal Liver Building, The Cunard Building and The Port of Liverpool Building

SJ 3390 GEORGES PIER HEAD
L3

27/501 Port of Liverpool
Building and stone
balustrade,iron gates
and piers(formerly
12.7.66. listed as Offices at
Mersey Docks and
Harbour Board)

G.V. II*

Office building. 1907. Arnold Thornely. Portland tone.
Basement and 5 storeys, 13 bays wide with canted corner
bays, ll-bay returns. Rusticated basement ground and 1st
floor window round-headed, 1st floors, and corner bays.
2nd, central and 12th bays break forward. Ground floor
window round-headed, 1st floor windows in eared architraves.
2nd and 3rd floors recessed behind attached Ionic colonnade
with entablature and central open pediment containing bulls
eye and dolphins, at ends round open pediments containing
attic window. 3rd floor window of 3 lights, with
colonnettes supporting open segmental pediments, and
balustraded balconies. 4th floor window of 3 lights with
colonnettes, centre and end bays have Diocletian windows.
Attic has round-headed window with projecting panelled
blocks between. Entrance in tunnel-vaulted recess with
keystone and pediment, flanked by statues on plinths with
ships in cornucopias over. End octagonal towers with tall
glazed drums and coupled Ionic columns supporting domes.
Central dome on 2-stage drum. 1st stage with Ionic
colonnade and 4 projecting aedicules containing niches, 2nd
stage recessed behind balustrade. Copper dome surmounted by
lantern with 4 aedicules and obelisk. Interior has full
height octagonal hall with coffered dome. Round-arched
openings to galleries with iron railings and solid balconies
with lamp standards to alternate floors. Mosaic paving. 2
square stone piers opposite the entrance, with dentilled
cornices and globes with gilded continents; 4 iron gates and
gate piers. Also stone balustrade across whole front,
curving from entrance piers, with stone lamp holders on
ends, and continuing round the whole building with stone
lamp holders at intervals, in the form of naval monuments
with draped urns on top. Also iron gates and piers at each
end of forecourt.

Listing NGR: SJ3392290208

This text is a legacy record and has not been updated since the building was originally listed. Details of the building may have changed in the intervening time. You should not rely on this listing as an accurate description of the building.

Source: English Heritage

Was the Roman Church for the first three centuries, Christian?

Question by jeeveswantstoknow: Was the Roman Church for the first three centuries, Christian?
Did the Church of Rome worship on any certain day of the week?
What day of the week did the Christians of the first three centuries after Christ died, hold as God’s Sabbath. Did they worship on the seventh day, or another day of the week? Did they follow the 4th Commandment of God, or did they abide by another’s decree? Did they emmulate Christ and try to walk in His footsteps, or that of another?

Best answer:

Answer by cosmick
Up until the creation of Christianity in 329AD the Romans were pagans.

Many aspects and traditions of the pagan religions were incorporated into the Christian faith to make it more attractive and easier for the pagan converts.

Give your answer to this question below!

Three barns and 451 Church Road, Yardley

Three barns and 451 Church Road, Yardley
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This is the yard featuring the house at 451 Church Road in Yardley.

451 Church Farm , other wise Tile House Farm. The site was given to the Charity Trust in 1463 by local tilemaker Robert Robyns. The Trust’s accounts show how the present farmbuildings were built in the early 19th century, starting in the 1820’s with the cowhouse, whose gable fronts the street, beyond is the barn of 1848 and wagon hovel of 1853. Then the farmhouse itself, rebuilt in 1837, and to its right the stable with a loft over built with a pair of upper crucks, and finally the "Smithy"

Grade II listed

Probably early C19. Red brick; tile roof with dentilled eaves cornice. Two storeys;
3 bays. The house stands to the right of a yard entered from the road through a wall.
Ground floor with central door with modern glazed porch and 2 casement windows.
First floor with windows over those of the ground floor. All window segment-headed
casement.

451 Church Road, Yardley – Heritage Gateway

Barn At West End Of Yard To Number 451:

To the left of the house and at the far end of the yard, a barn. C18. Brick; tiled
roof. Three bays wide, the central one with broad segment-headed waggon entrance on
both sides. Left and right, ventilator holes. On the right, a subsidiary door.

Barn At West End Of Yard To Number 451 – Heritage Gateway

Barn To South Side Of Yard By Entrance To Number 451:

To the left of the entrance to the yard end with its gable end to the road, another
barn. Early C19. Brick; tiled roof. Three doors and 3 window, all different.

Barn To South Side Of Yard By Entrance To Number 451 – Heritage Gateway

Barn On North East Side Of Yard To Number 451:

To the right of the entrance, a third barn. Early C19. Red brick; tiled roof. Two
storeys. Ground floor with a segment-headed entrance. First moor with a single
segment-headed loft entrance. No 453 Church Road is physically attached to this barn.

Barn On North East Side Of Yard To Number 451 – Heritage Gateway

For more information on these properties visit this link Yardley Conservation Society – Conservation Area

‘No Smoking’ Three Social message films- By Director Sanjay Kulkarni.

As we know, smoking badly affects human health. Surprisingly, majority of the smokers in our society still consider smoking as a stylish habit. The need of the hour is to convey to these targeted viewers, the damage caused to their own health as well as to their dear ones. Festivals where the film has been screened: 1. Pulotsav 2008, 2. Digital Short film Festival 3. First online Digital film Festival (Culture Unplugged Studios) 4. Kala Ghoda Art Festival 2009 5. Shamiyana Short Film Festival 2009 6. Special Jury Award for Vasundhara film festival 2009 Born in Ratnagiri a beautiful town in Maharashtra in 1977. Sanjay Kulkarni came to pune in1995. He graduated in Applied Arts from Abhinav Kala Mahavidyalaya, in Pune, in 2000. Sanjay began his career by working on projects of Art direction in Films, Serials, and with Advertising Agencies as a Creative Director, while painting simultaneously. Sanjay Kulkarni has won some prestigious awards like Cead (Creative Excellence in advertising and design). His achievements includes, an addition in a prestigious School for art, Canterbury Christ Church University Collage in United Kingdom.The first recognition came when he participated in a Nag foundation exhibition with reputed contemporary National Artists. Greycells Communications, Triplex -2, Right Bhusari Colony, Poud Road, Pune 411 038 Telephone 98222 79891
Video Rating: 5 / 5

Church of the Three Crosses

Church of the Three Crosses
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The Church of the Three Crosses is a combination Methodist and United Churches of Christ congregation, housed in a new (late 1970s?) building built in the footpring of Ogden Avenue, on Wisconsin Street. The banner advertises a special service, "Blessings of the Animals."

‘Three Strands’ Church Security Conference


Frisco, Texas (PRWEB) July 9, 2009

The National Organization of Church Security & Safety Management (NOCSSM) will begin its new Church Security Tour by presenting a two day “Three Strands” Church Security Conference to be hosted at various Mega-Churches across the nation.

“We have confirmed dates and locations including some of the largest Mega- Churches in American,” says Chuck Chadwick, the President of NOCSSM. “So far we have conferences scheduled in North Carolina, Virginia, Georgia and Missouri; with Texas, Alabama, California, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Ohio and others close behind.

Armed Guards, Crisis Management, Terrorism, Emergency Evacuation, Childcare liability, Safety Plans, Video Surveillance — these are all buzzwords that every church has to address. Church leaders are asking, “Where do we start?”

With every police department struggling to advise their local churches; there is a lot more to church security than just keeping their doors locked and how to dial “911”.

As the former Director of Security of one of the largest churches in the nation, Charles “Chuck” Chadwick has had to address all of these issues. With weekly attendance approaching twenty thousand there isn’t much he hasn’t seen. Currently, Chadwick’s companies provide consultation and security services to some of the largest churches in America. “We work exclusively with churches,” says Chadwick

While not all churches have the degree of concern as a mega-church, every church wants to meet the unthinkable with a degree of preparedness.

Chadwick says, “I don’t see why every church has to struggle with these issues, when we have already had to deal with and address these issues.”

The two day conference will weave the “Three Stands of Church Security” into a cohesive plan for the attendee churches. Based on a foundation of Policy & Procedure and held together with the Team Players and Tools & Technology.

For further details go to http://www.churchsecurityconference.com

About NOCSSM:

The National Organization of Church Security & Safety Management (NOCSSM) is dedicated to the education and training of all churches in security and safety issues.

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‘Three Strands’ Church Security Conference

Frisco, Texas (PRWEB) August 2, 2008

The National Organization of Church Security & Safety Management (NOCSSM) will present a two day Church Security Conference to be hosted by Summit Christian Center in San Antonio, TX on May 12-14, 2008.

Armed Guards, Crisis Management, Terrorism, Emergency Evacuation, Childcare liability, Video Surveillance – these are all buzzwords that every church has to address. Church leaders are asking, “Where do we start?”

Join America’s leading experts in Church Security for the best training available to Security Directors, Church Business Administrator, Church Leaders and Facility Directors.

An information-packed Conference, with proven strategies and techniques to improve your church’s security.

While not all churches have the degree of concern as a mega-church, every church wants to meet the unthinkable with a degree of preparedness.

The two day conference will weave the “Three Stands of Church Security” into a cohesive plan for the attendee churches. Based on a foundation of Policy & Procedure and held together with the Team Players and Tools & Technology.

For further details go to http://www.churchsecurityconference.com

About NOCSSM:

The National Organization of Church Security & Safety Management (NOCSSM) is dedicated to church security and safety issues through the implementation of security and safety measures specifically designed and time tested for churches.

Chuck Chadwick

The National Organization of Church Security & Safety Management

972-712-8818

http://www.nocssm.org

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