|This Episcopal church is named for the most prominent doctor of the Greek Church and one of the greatest preachers ever heard in a Christian pulpit (thus the name Chrysostomos, "golden-mouthed," because of his eloquence).|
|The painted wood "Village Gothic" church with its free-standing wooden belfry was designed either by Richard Upjohn or his son, Richard M. Upjohn. The site was an old cemetery.|
The entranceRichly ornamented bargeboards (or vergeboards--because on the verge or incline) conceal the ends of the rafters.
The nave wall
Views of the rear
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