This Tudor Revival exterior was constructed around an existing 1880 church. Buff pressed brick walls rise out of a raised sandstone foundation. The sanctuary is up a halfflight staircase to a porch with a triple Tudor arch and massive stone columns. The gable end above the entry is capped by a metal Norman cross, and a small, round turret projects from the northeast sanctuary corner. The bell tower has a stepped parapet, which extends around the education wing to the south. The dark-stained oak interior is lit by fine stained glass and has an openbeamed ceiling and a floor sloped to the chancel on the west. Since the Congregationalists moved elsewhere in 1956, this has become the Greeley Four-Square Church.
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