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Rhode Island Mid-Century Modern Churches

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Church of the Annunciation
Cranston, RI
The Church of the Annunciation is home to a Greek Orthodox parish. It was built in the late 1960s, with its first service in 1968. It features a huge domed roof. There are adjacent buildings (last photo) which mimic the style of the main church. For more, see their website. [third, fourth and fifth photos thanks DinerFan] [map]

Church of St. Gregory the Great
Portsmouth, RI
The Church of St. Gregory the Great was designed by Pietro Belluschi and built in 1961. The interior features a wire sculpture by Richard Lippold symbolizing the crucifixion. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]

Trinity Assembly of God
Johnston, RI
Pilgrim Lutheran Church
Warwick, RI
The Trinity Assembly of God might not be mid-century modern but I'll include it anyway. It features an interesting dome-like canvas or vinyl roof. Does anyone know more about it? [map]

Pilgrim Lutheran Church was built in 1957. [map]

More Rhode Island Mid-Century Modern Churches:
St. Mary of the Bay (Warren)
St. Timothy's Church (Warwick)