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Arizona Mid-Century Modern Churches (page 2)

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Chapel of the Holy Cross
Sedona, AZ
Asbury United
Methodist Church
Phoenix, AZ
The Chapel of the Holy Cross was built in 1956. It was designed by Marguerite Brunswig Staude, a student of Frank Lloyd Wright. For more, see these websites: 1, 2, and 3. [map]

The Asbury United Methodist Church was built in 1967. It is also known as the "Cupcake Chapel." By 2016, the church had closed and the chapel was in danger of being demolished. In 2017, the church was still there, surrounded by chain link fencing. [map]

Madison Baptist Church
Phoenix, AZ
The Madison Baptist Church was built in 1966. It was designed by Frank Henry. [map]

First Christian Church
Phoenix, AZ
The First Christian Church was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. The drawings were completed in 1950 but construction did not begin until 1971. The church was completed in 1973. The 120 foot tall bell tower was built in 1978. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]

Fellowship Hall
Phoenix, AZ
The Fellowship Hall is next door to the First Christian Church described above. I believe it is used by the church. The building was constructed in 1963. I don't know what this building was used for originally or who designed it. [map]

Church of the Beatitudes
Phoenix, AZ
The Church of the Beatitudes was built in 1962. [map]

Our Saviour's Lutheran Church
Phoenix, AZ
Westminster Presbyterian Church
Phoenix, AZ
The Our Saviour's Lutheran Church was probably built in the 1960s. [map]

The Westminster Presbyterian Church was dedicated in 1967. [map]

Shepherd of the Valley Lutheran Church
Phoenix, AZ
The sanctuary at the Shepherd of the Valley Lutheran Church was dedicated in 1965. It was designed by Harold Swanson and Dean Rendahl. For more, see this website. [map]

Capstone Cathedral
Phoenix, AZ
Capstone Cathedral was built in 1973 for Neal Frisby, a Pentecostal preacher, who believed he was a prophet. He built this pyramid-shaped church as dictated by God. It seats 4,000 people. The plastic pyramid on top of the building was originally solid. Some of the panels had fallen off or been removed after 2011. These photos are from 2017. The building has gone by other names in recent years including the Capstone Auditorium, the Capstone Center, and the home to Trendsetters Church International. I believe the building has been vacant since at least 2015. For more, see this website. [map]

Catalina American Baptist Church
Tucson, AZ
The Catalina American Baptist Church was built from 1960-1961. It was designed by Charles E. Cox. The church features a concrete hyperbolic paraboloid roof. The pastor of the church had been impressed with the Congress Hall in Berlin and sought to have something similar built for his congregation. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. [map]

Holy Trinity Lutheran Church
Tucson, AZ
The Holy Trinity Lutheran Church was built in 1961. [map]

Faith Lutheran Church
Tucson, AZ
The Faith Lutheran Church was designed by Arthur Brown and built in 1951. For more, see these websites: 1, 2, 3, and 4. [map]

Christ Church United Methodist
Tucson, AZ
The Christ Church United Methodist was built in 1958. [map]

Lutheran Church of the King
Tucson, AZ
The Lutheran Church of the King was designed by Edward Nelson and built in 1958. It is now known as the Abounding Grace Church. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]

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