Churches And Chapels To Visit In Las Piñas

After exploring different churches and chapels in Batangas, I decided to visit few more churches but this time in Las Piñas. Unlike our Batangas Pilgrimage, this pilgrimage took me several days to complete and I’m actually not yet done because I’ve missed some notable churches in Las Pinas so I might go back to visit them soon. Here’s just a quick preview of the five churches I visited.
P8071273tSaint Josept Parish Church (Bamboo Organ Church/ Las Piñas Church)

11800334_10206093466248984_7696473519477711236_n1Santuario De San Ezekiel Moreno

11880346_10206114497294747_3134625356335987354_n1Notre Dame De Vie Chapel/ Fernbrooks Garden11899959_10206193398107218_6691599518606190157_n1Shrine Of The Five Wounds Of Jesus Christ

11899980_10206193397947214_8562509379609402524_n1 San Isidro Labrador Parish

Just like what I usually do, I’m going to have a separate entry for each church. I also want to include the Nature Church here but I hope I got time for that this month.

38 thoughts on “Churches And Chapels To Visit In Las Piñas”

  1. Twilight Man says:

    You must be well cleansed and holier now after visiting so many churches.
    The architecture is nice and modern especially this Shrine Of The Five Wounds Of Jesus Christ. It looks unique.

    Any more visits and photos coming?

    1. Bluedreamer says:

      haha not really TM.. I just find exploring different churches quite fascinating…seeing their differences in terms of architecture and the history behind me are very enticing to know

  2. [SK] says:

    wow, you spent several days for the trip to Las Piñas and that must mean there are actually a lot of things to see there.. those were the 5 churches you visited that took you several days?? they look modern compared to those in Batangas, interesting.. and i actually like Notre Dame De Vie Chapel and Shrine Of The Five Wounds Of Jesus Christ, very cool architecture!!

    1. Bluedreamer says:

      yes, more of these churches have modern type of architecture especially the Shrine of five wounds

  3. Pinakamahirap pumuntahan ung Notre same ang layo nito. Rama kulang ang isang araw para libutin ang simbahan.

    1. Bluedreamer says:

      uu nga papi mahirap mahanap yung Fernbrooks… luckily alam ng tita ko kung pano pumunta so she took us there

  4. Neri Ann says:

    I haven’t been to any of this churches, but wow ang gaganda ng structures nila.

    1. Bluedreamer says:

      Thanks Neri Ann

  5. Cess Piano says:

    Great post! My husband is from Las Pinas! Didn’t know about Bamboo Organ though. 😀

    1. Bluedreamer says:

      thanks Cess

  6. Erica says:

    Those are such pretty architectures! The first one looks so vintage.

  7. Didi says:

    Church hopping is fun! I admire the interior and design of churches.

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  8. Lester says:

    Wow. I’ve always been fascinated by hispanic architecture. Photos look great, man!

  9. You have nice looking churches over there in Las Pinas. Ever since I moved here to Cebu, I always do Visita Iglesia on Holy Thursdays. If I ever based in Metro Manila (South), I would probably visit the churches on this list.

  10. NikCoffee says:

    Insightful post, BlueDreamer!
    Actually thought the Bamboo Organ church’s the only one worth seeing in LP; little did I know amazing architecture lurks within the city. Notre Dam De Vie to be specific.
    Looking forward to your next posts!
    – Nik

  11. iamsweetbie says:

    This is sort of a Visita Iglesia for me if I were on your foot. Santuario De San Ezekiel Moreno is a bit like the church here in Batangas if you happen to drop by at Holy Trinity Parish.

    Do you have certain reason why you do visit churches?

  12. ang gaganda naman ng mga churches! never been to any church in las piñas yet, not even to the famous bamboo organ church. hope to visit it in the near future…

  13. I remember something about this church in Las Pinas with bamboo organ. I prayed over and over at that time because there was an emergency hospital in front before. Very lovely to enter to this church especially in the afternoon.

  14. I am not Christian, but looking at churches are a lot of fun. You can see the culture of the people through it!

  15. Great outdoor and architectural shots! It’ll be interesting to also see those structures at night (long exposure shots).

  16. Janine says:

    Wow those churches are beautiful! I should take note of this kung pupunta man ako sa Manila!

  17. Me-An says:

    We’re not really down for extravagantly constructed churches, but those are good to know that it exists. This is helpful for those who plan to get married soon 🙂

  18. Vianna says:

    Fascinating. I hope I can visit to these churches (and make a wish, dahil sabi nila, pag first time mo sa isang church, you can make a wish). Plus the history behind. They all look good on the photos.

  19. Lost Voyage says:

    The photos above are far different from the one’s I visited in Cebu.

  20. Anne V says:

    I’ve seen all of these, passed by them on the road at least since my husband and in laws live in Las Pinas. Not a Catholic, so I’ve never been inside any of them. 🙂

  21. Tamanna I. says:

    such a scenic place! you are really a lucky one to explore all those beauties!

  22. Mark says:

    This churches are really amazing. You really photograph well. Keep it up.

  23. Jovelyn says:

    Nice photos. Love the structure of those churches.

  24. Louise says:

    If there’s something that really interests in from these Churches, it is St. Joseph’s because I’ve always wanted to know more about the bamboo organ. I remember my lola talking about this before so hopefully, when my parents arrive early next month, we can visit the Church. 🙂

  25. stevevhan says:

    Notre Dame De Vie Chapel/ Fernbrooks Garden is resembling, ganda ng archi, dito ba yung kasal ni carmina at zoren?

  26. Very nice photos 🙂

    Happy blogging!
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  27. Chel says:

    Wow! I never thought Las Pinas has beautiful churches <3

  28. Ayesha says:

    I haven’t been to provinces and since I just came back from Japan I can’t wait to explore the PH.

    I love visiting diff. churches. Great interiors all are amazing!

  29. Great list of Churches And Chapels To Visit In Las Piñas aside from the list of beautiful restaurants i n Las pinas there’s also beautiful churches to visit

  30. This is a good reference for my soul searching moments and even for Visita Iglesia. Nice photos too!

  31. foongpc says:

    Wow! Looks like you have been very active blogging! 🙂

  32. foongpc says:

    So more church hopping ahead? 🙂

  33. foongpc says:

    The architecture of these churches are so amazing! I love the Notre Dame and Shrine of the Five Wounds Of Jesus Christ the best! 🙂

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