I've obviously been to Synagogue, but I've been to Baptist, Catholic, Methodist, Lutheran, and Mennonite churches with friends for various events. I find it interesting to see the differences in architecture and art that is found in the different buildings. I've never had the opportunity to visit a Mosque, but I would really like to see one some day. I saw the Al Hambra in Spain and it was stunning.Answer Question
Cool... I have been to Baptist, Methodist, Pentecostal, Universal Unitarian, Catholic, Synagogue, Presbyterian. The different music is great, the rituals, the architecture of the buildings.
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The Kingdom Hall (of Jehovah's Witnesses), a Christian Reformed Church, a Baptist church, a Catholic church, and one that I don't even know what it was...lol
Answer by BubbaLuva at 7:26 PM on Mar. 12, 2009
Raised Lutheran (Mysouri Synod), been to a Baptist and Catholic...
Answer by gmasboy at 7:36 PM on Mar. 12, 2009
I was married in an 800 year old Church of England and I also visited Kings College Chapel at Cambridge University which is also C of E and is still the most beautiful and impressive Church I have ever visited. It took over a century to build and was completed in 1547.
I have visited Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris which is Catholic.
I have also visited Limburg Cathedral in Germany.
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