Beatitudes in Brick

For a Sunday morning, some church windows seen around town: 

window broadway

window broadway 1Broadway Baptist Church (Hedrick and Stanley, 1952).

window hemp presby 1

window hemp presby 3window hemp presby 2Hope Works Fellowship (built as Hemphill Presbyterian Church, Sanguinet and Staats, 1925).

window first christian 2First Christian Church (Van Slyke and Woodruff, 1914).

windows first united three windows verticalFirst United Methodist Church (Clarkson, 1930).

window st jamesGreater St. James Baptist Church (1913). Stained glass protected by clear glass.

window temple beth-elTemple Beth-El (1920). Stained glass protected by clear glass.

window st gustavus 1Gustavus Adolphus Lutheran Church (1912) on Hemphill Street at Broadway.

window st andrew's umc1St. Andrew’s United Methodist Church.

window st pat's 4

window st pat's 3church st pat's inside 2St. Patrick Cathedral.

window allen chapelAllen Chapel A.M.E. Church, built in 1912 at 116 Elm Street in what was then Fort Worth’s African-American downtown.

church poly umc2Poly First United Methodist Church (1951).

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