Colorado Mid-Century Modern Churches (page 2)

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Danforth Chapel
Fort Collins, CO
The Danforth Chapel is located on the Colorado State University campus. The building was dedicated in 1954. It was designed by James M. Hunter. For more, see these websites: 1, 2, and 3. [map]

St. Stephen's Lutheran Church
Northglenn, CO
The St. Stephen's Lutheran Church was designed by Charles A. Haertling and built in 1964. It features a concrete, hyperbolic paraboloid roof. For more, see this website. [map]

St. Joseph Episcopal Church
Lakewood, CO
St. Joseph Episcopal Church was built from 1964-1965. In 1967, the building was expanded at the ground level. In 1969, the upper level was also expanded. [map]

St. Rafka Maronite Church
Lakewood, CO
The St. Rafka Maronite Church appears to have been built in the 1960s or 1970s. [map]

Shepherd of the Hills Presbyterian Church
Lakewood, CO
The Shepherd of the Hills Presbyterian Church with its concrete parabolic roof was probably built in the 1960s. [map]

Mile Hi Church
Lakewood, CO
The Mile Hi Church was built from 1970-1973. The dome was created by pouring concrete over a dirt mound. This construction technique explains the lunar landscape-like interior ceiling texture. The building appeared as a McDonald's in the Woody Allen 1973 film, "Sleeper". In 2008, a monolithic dome (bottom photo above) was added to the property to serve as the new sanctuary. For more, see this website. [map]

More Colorado Mid-Century Modern Churches:
Aspen Chapel (Aspen)
Hope Lutheran Church (Aurora)
St. Matthews Lutheran Church (Aurora)
Wesley Foundation United Methodist Church (Boulder)
First United Methodist Church (Fort Collins)
Ascension Lutheran Church (Littleton)
Littleton United Methodist Church (Littleton)
Westview Presbyterian Church (Longmont)
Central Christian Church (Pueblo)
Christ Congregational Church (Pueblo)
First Baptist Church (Pueblo)
Pueblo West Baptist Church (Pueblo West)