Trinity United Methodist Church
Built in 1866 after two years of construction, Trinity United Methodist Church is a fine example of Gothic architecture. The building features two tall spires, stained glass windows, buttresses, among other architectural elements. It is a contributing property of the Historic Resources of Downtown Evansville, Indiana district, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The church is modeled after St. Paul's M.E. Church in Newark, New Jersey. It is one of a handful of buildings in Evansville still owned by the original organization.
Backstory and Context
"Church History." Trinity United Methodist Church. Accessed March 25, 2019. http://www.trinityevansville.org/about-us/sample-page
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