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First Congregational Church

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1880, Angus Gillis and George W. Snyder. 101 Pawnee Ave. 1 block south of Manitou Ave. (NR)

Colorado's oldest Congregational church is a one-and-one-half-story vernacular Queen Anne Style structure of rough reddish stone with a cross outlined in neon atop its open bell tower. Gothic arches frame all structural openings, and a steep gable roof covers an interior with walnut beams, pews, and paneling lit by stained glass windows.

Writing Credits

Author: 
Thomas J. Noel

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