Is “Your Church” a “Red Door” Church?

This May post received the 2nd most reader views of any 2022 post. If you missed it, check it out. It offers you and the congregation where you worship some serious food for thought.

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Nancy Kennedy, religious writer for our local Citrus County Chronicle recently wrote a column entitled “Red Door Churches” that caught my eye.

Kennedy relates touring a new meeting house of a church that had red doors. She learned that traditionally and historically, dating back to the medieval day that churches had red doors.

While the red door was symbolic of Jesus’ blood shed on the cross, thus reminding us of salvation in Christ, it also had a cultural significance.

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One response to “Is “Your Church” a “Red Door” Church?

  1. Larry Walker

    Thank you brother! Yes we should get out the red paint and live up to it.

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