Texas Mid-Century Modern Churches (page 3)

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First Church of Christ Scientist
Victoria, TX
The First Church of Christ Scientist was designed by Milton A. Ryan and built in 1952. For more, see this website. [map]

First Christian Church
Corpus Christi, TX
This First Christian Church was built in 1965. [map]

First United Methodist Church
Cooper, TX
The First United Methodist Church appears to be from the 1950s or 1960s. [map]

Lavon Drive Baptist Church
Garland, TX
The Lavon Drive Baptist Church was built from 1961-1962. [map]

Foursquare Church
El Paso, TX


The Foursquare Church has been here since at least 1952. I don't know if that was the same building. This one appears to be from the late 1950s or 1960s. By 2017, the signs had been removed from the building and it might have been vacant. [map]

First Presbyterian Church
El Paso, TX
This First Presbyterian Church was completed in 1958. [map]

Nazareth Hall
El Paso, TX
Nazareth Hall was built in 1963 as a retirement home for the Sisters of Loretto. The copper roof resembles a nun's hat. [map]

Denton Unitarian Universalist Fellowship
Denton, TX
The Denton Unitarian Universalist Fellowship church was built in 1959. The church was designed by Thomas Polk Miller and Isabel Mount Miller. The roof is a double cantilever design. The interior features moveable partitions and folding doors. The glazed ceramic tiles depict symbols of various religions. They were created by Robert and Paula Winokur. In 2015, the building was badly damaged by an arson fire. It has been restored. [map]

More Texas Mid-Century Modern Churches:
St. Martin's Evangelical Lutheran Church (Austin)
Providence Reformed Episcopal Church (Corpus Christi)
First Christian Church (Denton)
Immanuel Lutheran Church: 1, 2 (Giddings)
Epiphany Episcopal Church (Kingsville)
Seventh-Day Adventist Church (Kingsville)