Monday, June 14, 2010

Mason Baptist Church

Since it is Sunday night, I thought I would show you the church I went to last Sunday while in Kentucky.

This is my 90 yr. young Aunt Lola's church. She plays the organ here and has for many years.

It sits just off the road in Mason County (people talk about counties in Ky. instead of towns or cities)
It even has it's own cemetary right next to the church.

It was a beautiful morning, but it clouded up after we got there.
Amber took these pictures with my camera.
I especially loved this one.
I had woke up on Sunday morning to my Aunt Playing "When the Roll is Called up Yonder"
She always practices before she leaves for church on Sunday.
It brought back such memories of when I was little (about 4 yrs. old) and listened to her practicing for Sunday Morning Church.
Do you know that song? It is one I sang growing up in little churches in Texas and elsewhere.
It is still going through my mind and it has been a week now since going to church in Kentucky.

The walkway going up to the front door.

Here we are...and before you ask, no we did not talk over what we were wearing that morning to church. Isn't that just so funny??

Aunt Lola, me, Cousin Judy, her daughter Amber

Once again, I would like to ask you all to pray for my good friend's son Jeff. (see my previous post)
He  has had a few setbacks in the last few days and you can go here to read more about how to pray.
Thanks to all of you who have done so already. It means so much. 



Sewn With Grace said...

What a precious time to spend with your Aunt. Whenever you hear that song you will think of her, I'm sure. Off to learn how to pray more effectively for Jeff. Have a good Monday, Beverly!

Judy Good said...

Great pics, Beverly. I've been singing that song since I got home, too! Miss you, J

Stacey said...

Hi Beverly. :) It is so neat that you aunt is still playing the organ at church. Everyone needs something that keeps them young and energized.

Gail at Victorian at Heart said...

Church has always been such an important part of my life and the "When the Roll is Called Up Yonder I'll Be There" is one of those songs that is meaningful today as much as fifty years ago. My sister is an organist too. Such a blessing. Thanks for sharing.

Jermaine said...

I remember it well...when the roll is called up yonder I'll be there. So glad you enjoyed your time with your 90 year young aunt and how great that she is still playing the organ. I have not checked in with Suzanne in a few days, so I am off to see her now.


Farmchick said...

This looks like so many churches right here in my area of KY. Nice picture of the ladies!

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