Yuma, Arizona: Tiny Church - Pause Rest Worship
- S. Ave. 13 E., Yuma, AZ
- I-8 exit 12. North on Fortuna Rd for two miles, then north on US 95 for a little over five miles. The church is just north of the Bridge to Nowhere -- within view of its towers, in the middle of a crop field, to the west of US 95.
Diminutive roadside chapel, adorable symbol of understated Christianity, open to weary travelers. Roadsideamerica.com Report...
Visitor Tips and News About Tiny Church - Pause Rest Worship
Sweet little cupcake of a church! It's kept neat and tidy and is a perfect place for a tiny road dog to pull over and say a prayer or make a wish. Stop in and sign the guest book. I think I've found this year's Christmas card photo.[sheisgros, 12/03/2013]
Tiny churches welcome tiny churchgoers.
Stopped by the church after a visit to the Yuma Proving grounds. Had a nice sunset and took photos of the church. Be careful of the pit bull with one ear. Seemed friendly but we didn't want to take that chance to find out. Saw the farmer and his kid and waved.[Denmark, 10/12/2009]
There are trees now surrounding this tiny church. A huge sign at the road (easier to see heading south) says the "Pause, Rest, Worship." White sign, blue writing. When we were there in June, there was still an Easter Sunrise Service banner below the sign.
A few pews inside, and a book where you can say hello and tell where you're from. Was HOT at 111 degrees F when we were there so we didn't stay long inside. Also tall "grass" growing all around the area. But easy to drive into the drive and room to park.[Alicia C., 07/18/2008]