A couple of weeks ago Rick and I took a favorite road trip down near the boarder
of southern Minnesota, to the village of Lenora MN.
It's not so much the village we love to visit but the little Methodist church,
One of my all time favorite churches...
Lenora Methodist Church, the oldest church in Fillmore county,
It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.
Snow had fallen and only the tracks of a few small animals could be seen around the church.
We had to push the snow away from the front door in order to enter.
Inside was familiar as we have visited many times.
The "real" Christmas tree still stands from the Christmas services of 2014
Above the oil-burning lamp a bough of greens adorn the frosted window.
Total attendance of all three of the Christmas's services in December was 358.
Someone from Alaska, and Tennessee attended a service.
It's on my bucket list to attend a Christmas service at this beautiful old church.
I highly recommend a visit to this little treasure,
I never tire of it's unique and historic beauty