Friday, April 25, 2008


Obviously the church built here out of Lego blocks is by no means Catholic. There is no altar of sacrifice, no Stations of the Cross. There is a pipe organ in the rear gallery and a nice high pulpit (albeit on the wrong side). And let's not forget the Jacuzzi-sized baptismal font, where you could get baptized and get a nice massage from those side jets. Overall, not a bad effort for a Lego builder. Definitely no Duncan Stroik, but there might be a chance he could compete with Dick Vosko. What say ye?

PS: Pictures courtesy of my wife Ann.


Motherhen said...

I'm always amazed by these people who can build such cool stuff out of legos! I can barely built a log cabin style house LOL. Oh wait, that's Lincoln Logs!

Lyn F. said...

Yeah, that one's been circulating for the past couple of years; I've received these photos via email several times from friends. It's still an amazing accomplishment, however. It makes the Star Wars and Battlestar Galactica spaceships I used to build when I was a kid pale in comparison.

PhiMuAlpha2681 said...

What do you mean "wrong side" for the pulpit? Ours has always been on the right side...for over 100 years.


Brian Michael Page said...

That's a first Nick - for me anyways. I've always seen it on the left (aka, gospel side) anyplace I've seen that's had or still has one.