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Georgia Mid-Century Modern Churches (page 1)

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Greek Orthodox Cathedral of the Annunciation
Atlanta, GA
The Greek Orthodox Cathedral of the Annunciation was built from 1964-1970. [map]

Congregation Beth Jacob
Atlanta, GA
The Congregation Beth Jacob synagogue was designed by WK Design Group and built in 1962. [map]

Embry Hills United Methodist Church
Atlanta, GA
The Embry Hills United Methodist Church was built in 1968. [map]

Shallowford Presbyterian Church
Atlanta, GA
Construction of the Shallowford Presbyterian Church was begun in 1959. The main sanctuary was completed in 1976. For more, see this website. [map]

Ormewood Church
Atlanta, GA
The Ormewood Church was previously the Ormewood Park Presbyterian Church. The building appears to have been built in the 1950s or 1960s. [map]

Mt. Nebo Baptist Church
Atlanta, GA
The Mt. Nebo Baptist Church was built from 1987-1989. That puts it too late for this mid-century category but I'll include it anyway for its style. [map]

Saint Augustine of Canterbury Episcopal Church
Augusta, GA
The Saint Augustine of Canterbury Episcopal Church was designed by H. Lowrey Stulb and built around 1957. [map]

North Decatur Presbyterian Church
Decatur, GA
The Education Building (top left) at the North Decatur Presbyterian Church was built in in 1958. The Sanctuary was built from 1965-1966. Both buildings were designed by Barker and Cunningham. [map]