Sunday, January 28, 2018

RELIGIOUS ART | NEWS OF WEEK (2nd Honeymoon: 1/28/18 - 2/8/18)

By Gregory & Ernest Disney-Britton
"Let Freedom Ring. The Wedding Bells" by Tom Torluemke
We married ten year's ago today at a small chapel in Niagara Falls, Canada and a few year's later we acquired Tom Torluemke's "Let Freedom Ring, The Wedding Bells" to celebrate that our marriage was now also legal in America. Today, we are renewing our wedding vows in Indianapolis at our home church, and tomorrow, we'll land in Key West for our second honeymoon. While only 33.38% of the people in Key West, affiliate with a religion, there's a good mix of faiths and places of worship and we consider it our home away from home. While we're away, collect your own prophetic work by one of our favorite artists Tom Torluemke.

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Congregation B'nai Zion, 750 United Street · Key West, FL. Image courtesy of synagogue website
Cornish Memorial AME Zion Church, Key West, Florida. Courtesy of Alamy
Southernmost Prayer And Faith Center Church, Key West, FL. Courtesy of the church website
St. Mary Star of the Sea Catholic church at 1010 Windsor Lane - Key West, Florida. Image courtesy of Dale McDonald
Photo: “St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Key West. Courtesy of