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Springfield, MO | Christ Episcopal Church

The Christ Episcopal Church, Springfield, Missouri, is a rare architectural treasure: an 1870 Carpenter Gothic wood nave,  a 1927-28 High Gothic Revival stone chancel and modern parish hall, classrooms and offices, all joined in an harmonious if unusual ensemble. Located on the northeast corner of Kimbrough and East Walnut streets, Christ Episcopal was successfully nominated to the National Register of Historic Places by St. Louis preservationist Mary Stiritz and Ozarks historian Robert Flanders. Its significance in the architectural history of Springfield and the Ozarks results from the preservation of that ensemble of 19th and 20th century Gothic Revival structures in one living building of great integrity. Christ Episcopal is also the oldest surviving church building in Springfield, and one of the few among surviving contemporaries in the Ozarks region to possess such a high degree of integrity (i.e. little changed from the original appearance).

Copyright: Jason Godfrey
Type: Cylindrical
Resolution: 6432x1637
Taken: 14/11/2015
Uploaded: 14/11/2015
Atualizado: 06/01/2019


Tags: christ-episcopal; church; springfield
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