Fellowship Hall, St. Paul's Lutheran Church

Victor A. Lundy
This building may predate the sanctuary on the preceding page.



Oblique views

"A mighty roof sweeps to a sharp peak in the original building which served as St. Paul's Lutheran Church 'til the Sanctuary was built. There was an attempt here in the form of the church to create a symbolic shape - low horizontal side areas that hug the earth relate space to Man, reaching and pointing upwards - vertically, in the central high areas - expressing Aspiration." (quoted from this site)
 

Oblique views

 

Side views and sloping roof

 

Views of the interior



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