An old church located in the heart of Melbourne city. The little blue sign at the door reads welcome. In the first photo, there is the name of the church and the schedule for public worship. Melbourne is full of various churches, belonging to different churches, many of which have relatively long histories. Some churches can be visited inside, and some are not. Some can take pictures, some are not allowed. Some take pictures for a fee, some are free. There are signs at the entrance or inside the church, so be careful when you visit.
The floor is very high and it feels really great.
Christian civilization-Scots Church, in order to eat Chinese food, we came to Melbourne’s more famous box hill Chinese community. After eating enough, we walked around in the street and then transferred to this ancient church. This church is not particularly tall. There are not many tourists. Compared with the crowded churches, this one attracts us more. Before entering, the sign at the entrance said that some places inside the church are wide to visit and some places are not wide enough! And some places are not allowed to take pictures! Although the church is open for free, there is an additional charge for taking pictures. After entering, I found that this Scots Church is magnificent! The warm yellow lamp hangs on the wall! I heard from the staff nearby that weddings are sometimes held here, and Christians will come to worship on Sundays! But it's a pity that we have nothing here today. The church is surrounded by stained glass, which depicts various stories from the Bible, such as the most famous Last Supper! There are various murals around, as well as giant basalt pillars. I saw one or two tourists who may be Christians. They prayed quietly in front of these murals, and couldn't help but sigh the sacredness of Jesus! And there are some introductions about the history of the establishment of this church next to it! When looking at these historical information, looking around, there is really a feeling of going back to 1834! Feel the civilization of this sacred Christianity! I feel that this church is well protected, even after a thousand years it is still as new as before! This church is not very big. It took us about half an hour to stop and go. Every time we experienced this religious church, we couldn’t calm down for a long time. We always sighed the greatness of ancient civilization. !
Very beautiful church with a nice view outside. But after seeing many churches, I haven't really encountered a wedding scene!