Friday, January 21, 2011

Good Church Design in Ethiopia

This church building in Ethiopia, in a refugee camp no less, ranks right up there with my favorites:   made with authenticity and care from the best that is available to its community.  Its theology is expressed  on its facade for all to see, using the local sand-art vernacular.   The thoughtfulness of its execution puts many American churches to shame.

1 comment:

jaybox said...

Awe-inspiring. Thanks for sharing. I wish I could walk through the doors, and I agree that even with a limited budget, it puts most American churches to shame.

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