This modest, asymmetrical, nearly A-frame church fronted by a tall, slender, symmetrical A-frame gable extended as a spire inspires a feeling of awe and reverence in visitors. The building is clad with redwood inside and out. Exposed beams reveal the framework of the structure. A glass wall runs the full length of one side of the sanctuary. Slender windows pierce the wall behind the altar, illuminating a transparent cross into the sanctuary.
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Roscommon Congregational Church
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