The first four images are basically I-was-there memory snaps, so as photographs there is nothing to comment on them. (at least I have nothing to say)
The architectural shots are quite nice. But a wider angle than 28mm would probably suit the main hall picutres better. That way you could capture some of the floor and furniture there (if any) and give the photos some grounding.
The stained glass window photo needs sever cropping. Otherwise, a bit more exposure to show the wall and surrounding areas was required. As it stands now the dark areas are too much.
The last two photographs needs to be leveled. The tabe on the left in the last photo is quite distracting. cropping the picture from left and right could eliminate that.