California Mid-Century Modern Churches (page 10)

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Carlton Oaks Lutheran Church
Santee, CA
The Carlton Oaks Lutheran Church was designed by Robert Des Lauriers and built around 1959. It features a concrete hyperbolic parabola roof and cut-out stained glass windows. The church is now known as the Carlton Hills Evangelical Lutheran Church. For more, see this website. [map]

Squaw Valley Chapel
Olympic Valley, CA
The Squaw Valley Chapel was designed by John Lipscomb and built in 1959. It was originally known as the United Church of Christ. The church closed in 1972. After extensive repairs, the church reopened in 1994. For more, see this website.

St. Cornelius Catholic Church
Richmond, CA
St. Cornelius Catholic Church was probably built in the 1960s. [map]

East Bay Korean Reformed Church
El Cerrito, CA
The East Bay Korean Reformed Church was built in 1960. [map]

First Presbyterian Church of Hayward
Castro Valley, CA
The First Presbyterian Church of Hayward was designed by Culver Heaton and built in 1959. [map]

Faith Lutheran Church
Pleasant Hill, CA
This Faith Lutheran Church building was dedicated in 1964. [map]

New Life Christian Fellowship
Concord, CA
First Presbyterian Church
Concord, CA
The New Life Christian Fellowship building previously housed the Chestnut Avenue Community Church and the Trinity Baptist Church. It was built in 1961. [map]

This First Presbyterian Church was dedicated in 1954. For more, see this website. [map]

Carondelet Catholic High School Chapel
Concord, CA
I believe the Carondelet Catholic High School Chapel was built around 1965. [map]

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