Benjamin Courtland Flournoy's English education is very much in evidence in his Church of the Pilgrims with its attached cloisters. The forms and surfaces are a greatly reduced modern adaptation of the decorated phase of English Gothic ecclesiastical structures. The light-colored, smooth Alabama limestone was perfectly suited to the sleek lines and surfaces and to the soaring 112-foot tower, with lancet windows, corner buttresses, and finials that are the recognizable descendants of their ancestors.
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SK04 Presbyterian Church of the Pilgrims
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