May 1, 2016
Plymouth is one of several churches being featured in Docomomo WEWA's (Documentation and Conservation of the Modern Movement, Western WA) Modern Sacred Spaces series. Showcasing religious structures built by different faith communities in the mid-20th century, buildings represent innovative efforts by postwar architects and engineers to create spiritual places of light and form using new materials and construction techniques. The Plymouth event happens 5 to 7 pm, Wednesday, May 11, and congregation members are welcome to come as informal guest docents to share history. Read more at Docomomo-WEWA.org. Please contact Janice Randall, JRandall@PlymouthChurchSeattle.org if you can attend.
Photo: John Gibson and John Felible study proposed building model, 1965Subscribe
Plymouth Church is open to the public Thursday, February 14, beginning at 9 am.
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