What Do Church Spires Symbolise?

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A spire on a church or cathedral is often seen as a symbol of the wealth and prestige of the order, or patron who commissioned the building. A spire, with its reminiscence of the spear point, gives the impression of strength.
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well. i haven't got an account. but i need to find out what a church spire symbolises for my church project. please answer!
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A spire is a tapering conical or pyramidal structure on the top of a building, particularly a
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To lift the eyes and hopefully the mind / spirit to Heaven. To remind us that Jesus is alive in Heaven today, and not dead. That's the purpose as I understand it anyway for The Church
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The road passed the church is called 'Gospel gate' and the last time I was there ended in a T junction facing a large stone wall. That street was called 'Break Neck Lane'. The spire
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