Vintage Americana Collection Liberty Falls " Church of the Epiphany", AH134
Vintage Americana Collection Liberty Falls " Church of the Epiphany", AH134:
Vintage: 1997,Collectible,rare and Very hard to Collection Liberty Falls " Church of the Epiphany" Model #: AH134UPC: 757917213404Product Dimensions: 3.2 x 3.2 x 3.5 inchesItem Weight: 6.5 ozManufacturer: International Resourcing Services, Inc. The Americana CollectionLiberty Falls CollectionInternational Resourcing Services, Inc.Northbrook, Illinois The Americana Collection depicting the old western community of Liberty Falls is sculpted and mastercrafted of the finest materials, then individually hand-painted. This painstaking creative process highlights all the architectural details and heartwarming, homey touches that make Liberty Falls everyone's favorite frontier town. Pastor George Kendell arrived in Liberty Falls to preside over the handsome new "Church of the Epiphany", a structure built by Liberty Falls residents according to plans drawn up by a noted Denver architect. Folks in town were mighty proud of the church's dramatic features -- notably its double-staircase entrance, arched windows, and steeple complete with a bell and a shining, sculpted cross at the top. But while the building itself was outstanding, the preaching and teaching that went on inside were even more exceptional. Pastor Kendell prided himself not only on his Sunday services, but also on offering folks of all ages a wonderful and educational experience. Before chuch each week, adults gathered in small groups to read passages from the Bible and discuss their applications in everyday life. Young people worked on service projects, providing entertainment and diversion to shut-ins and delivering food baskets to the needy. Little ones had their own choir and drama group, and once a month or so they'd show off their accomplishments as part of the "grownups' service." Most delightful of all was the weekly Wednesday night supper. It was held outside on the church grounds in good weather, or in the church basement when it rained.