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The photo collection at NextSunday's Gallery is designed for local church or school use. Use these photos for presentations, in worship, or in whatever teaching setting they are helpful.  Clicking any thumbnail image will provide a larger version of the photo, suitable for use in presentation software.

How to Search
Using the search field that appears on our homepage and most category pages, simply type the name of the city or site for which you are seeking a photo. The search engine searches the name and description field for each photo.

Using Categories
To browse a selection of photos from within a category, simply click on the category menu (left) to see the full list of photos in that category. The site displays up to 10 images per page. To view more photos, simply move through the additional page links at the bottom of a given page.

Downloading Images
NextSunday Gallery images are easy to download to your computer. Simply click on any thumbnail image to reveal its larger version. Then:

In Windows:
Right-click on the image, then choose "save image as" from the pop-up menu.

In Mac OS:
Control-click on the image, then choose "save image as" from the pop-up menu.

The resulting file will be on your local hard disk at the location you specified in the save dialog box.

Terms of Use
Photos available through Gallery are for use in local church or academic settings only. The user has permission to use the photos as helpful in teaching or worship settings, such as in print-outs, computer presentations or reports.

For presentation usage, please use the following credit:
 "Credit: Jim Pitts, Smyth & Helwys Publishing, Inc.,"

These photos may not be re-sold in any form without the express written permission of Smyth & Helwys Publishing, Inc.

For special permissions, please contact:

Email -

Mail -  Smyth & Helwys Publishing, Inc.
ATTN: Jim Pitts
6316 Peake Road
Macon, GA  31210

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