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South Florida Churches & Temples

South Florida Churches & Temples (27)

Miami Wedding Photography

Tuesday, 05 March 2013 05:01 Written by

The Ancient Spanish Monastery - Wedding Photography

Besides being one of Miami Beach's most picturesque Catholic Church it has a tremendous team of professionals to assist the bride and groom on their wedding day. We recommend the St. Patrick Catholic Church without any hesitations! The location is up-kept in amazing conditions and very clean! St. Patrick Catholic Church was the first Catholic parish on Miami Beach. The church is located at 3716 Garden Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida. Monsignor John Vaughan is pastor.

If there is a church that can amaze you from the moment you walk in-- it is certainly The Church of the Epiphany. The architectural structure is monumental and grandious -- the musical instruments are a decoration to the locale. Simply amazing! This location truly has magical grounds for a wedding or event that will blow your mind!

The Epiphany Catholic Church in South Miami is one of those breathtaking parishes! It is truly a work of beauty and art. The lighting is one of a kind and every angle of this church makes for great images! 

The Epiphany Catholic Church in South Miami is one of those breathtaking parishes! It is truly a work of beauty and art. The lighting is one of a kind and every angle of this church makes for great images! 

The Epiphany Catholic Church in South Miami is one of those breathtaking parishes! It is truly a work of beauty and art. The lighting is one of a kind and every angle of this church makes for great images! 

 Welcome to Riviera Presbyterian Church, an inclusive faith community where individual differences are affirmed and celebrated. The church includes friendly, progressive people of all ages, backgrounds and identities who appreciate a thoughtful and inclusive approach to faith.  Just a few steps away from the Cocoplum's Womens Club and Sunset Place Shops.

Plymouth Congregational Church is significant for its association with the early development of Coconut Grove. In addition, the church is an outstanding example of Spanish Mission style architecture and is particularly noteworthy for the excellence of its design, details, materials, and craftsmanship.

Plymouth Congregational Church is significant for its association with the early development of Coconut Grove. In addition, the church is an outstanding example of Spanish Mission style architecture and is particularly noteworthy for the excellence of its design, details, materials, and craftsmanship.

Plymouth Congregational Church is significant for its association with the early development of Coconut Grove. In addition, the church is an outstanding example of Spanish Mission style architecture and is particularly noteworthy for the excellence of its design, details, materials, and craftsmanship.

Plymouth Congregational Church is significant for its association with the early development of Coconut Grove. In addition, the church is an outstanding example of Spanish Mission style architecture and is particularly noteworthy for the excellence of its design, details, materials, and craftsmanship.

Saint Judes Catholic Church Miami

Saturday, 10 December 2011 02:06 Written by

St. Jude Melkite Catholic Church is a beautiful building that was built in 1946. Its architecture was built by Henry Dagit and Sons, and can be described of being a Romanesque Gothic architectural style. This limestone building with stunning beams, arches, and marble facing is truly a delight. The church cornerstone was laid in May 1946, and was completed several months later in September. In terms of religious services, this is a Melkite Greek Catholic Church.

St Judes Catholic Church Brickell Bay

Saturday, 10 December 2011 01:58 Written by

St. Jude Melkite Catholic Church is a beautiful building that was built in 1946. Its architecture was built by Henry Dagit and Sons, and can be described of being a Romanesque Gothic architectural style. This limestone building with stunning beams, arches, and marble facing is truly a delight. The church cornerstone was laid in May 1946, and was completed several months later in September. In terms of religious services, this is a Melkite Greek Catholic Church.

Second Church of Christ Scientist

Saturday, 10 December 2011 01:53 Written by

The Church of Christ, Scientist was founded in 1879 in Boston, Massachusetts, USA, by Mary Baker Eddy. She was the author of the book Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures. Christian Science teaches that the "allness" of God denies the reality of sin, sickness, death, and the material world. Accounts of healing through prayer are common within the church and adherents traditionally refuse medical treatment.

Saint Hugh parish was founded on June 30 1959, by Bishop Coleman F. Carroll nine months after his installation as the first bishop of the new Diocese of Miami. The parish covered Coconut Grove and sections of Coral Gables and Miami. Fr. Charles Ward, St. Hugh's founding pastor, celebrated Sunday masses first at the Playhouse Theater, and later at Coconut Grove Elementary School. Father Ward did the first parish census of Catholics in the area, many of whom worshipped at Little Flower Church. The First Holy Communion was celebrated at Assumption Academy chapel, now St. Jude Melkite Church.

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