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Texas Mid-Century Modern Churches (page 2)

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Redeemer Bible Church
Dallas, TX
Chapel of Thanksgiving
Dallas, TX
The Redeemer Bible Church's peaked roof and columns are similar to the Congregation Beth Israel described above. [map]

Thanks-Giving Square was founded in 1964. This helical Chapel of Thanksgiving was designed by Philip Johnson and opened in 1976. Its main feature is the Glory Window, a stained glass window installed at the top of the 60 foot tall ceiling. For more, see these websites: 1, 2, and 3. [map]

St. Jude Catholic Chapel
Dallas, TX
The St. Jude Catholic Chapel was dedicated in 1968. The mosaic mural was produced by Gyorgy Kepes. For more, see these websites: 1, 2, and 3. [map]

Trinity Lutheran Church [gone]
Dallas, TX
The Trinity Lutheran Church was built in 1960. The stained glass windows were produced by Octavio Medellin. The church has been vacant since 2006. It was demolished in 2013. The stained glass windows were donated to the city. Some of them will be displayed at the City Performance Hall. For more, see this website.

St. Luke's Episcopal Church
Dallas, TX
The St. Luke's Episcopal Church was built in 1959. [map]

St. Monica Catholic Church
Dallas, TX
The St. Monica Catholic Church was designed by Thomas Stanley and built in 1964. For more, see this website. [map]

Lovers Lane United Methodist Church
Dallas, TX
The Lovers Lane United Methodist Church was also designed by Thomas Stanley and most likely built in the 1960s. Does anyone know the history of this one? [map]

More Dallas Mid-Century Modern Churches:
St. John's Episcopal Church (Dallas)

Marty Leonard Community Chapel
Fort Worth, TX
The Marty Leonard Community Chapel was built in 1990 on the grounds of Lena Pope Home, Inc. Much too late to be mid-century modern but I'll include it anyway. It was designed by E. Fay Jones. For more, see these websites: 1, 2, and 3. [map]