Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster

For nearly as long as there have been LEGO bricks, there have been LEGO churches. There's just something about making a little temple for your plastic mini-figures to worship at that appeals to the spirit. Odds are you've gotten the email with photos of the amazing LEGO Church built by Amy Hughes - if you haven't, I recommend you go and take a look at what a true LEGO Master can do when she sets her mind to it.

I'm nowhere near Amy's class when it comes to Church Building - in fact, up until I started this project I had never tried to construct any sort of large scale LEGO building. (Normally I focus on spaceships and the odd superhero vehicle.) But when I learned of the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster I knew that the time had come for me to try something new. A quick email to Bobby, the church's founder, and I had official sanction to "break ground" on perhaps my most radical departure from Spaceship building ever.

It took several months to complete this model - although a lot of that time was spent with a bad case of "builder's block" (Pun unintentional, I assure you.) I've no idea of the total number of bricks involved, but it did pretty much consume my collection of light grey parts.

Please follow the links below to learn more!

Guided Tour Floor Plans and Isolated Details
Construction Photos Desktop Wallpapers and Icons
Go To The Official FSM Site Frequently Asked Questions

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