Vermont Attractions January 13, 2016
These 17 Churches In Vermont Will Leave You Absolutely Speechless
When people picture Vermont, they see the covered bridges, the mountains and the foliage. But let’s talk architecture for a moment. There are some churches that are both historic and amazing (and sometimes simplistic) in their design. No matter what your beliefs are, these churches certainly make a statement. Let’s explore, shall we?
1. St. Mary Star of the Sea
This impressive church can be found high upon a hill in Newport.
2. A stormy evening in Downtown Burlington.
It's no wonder the downtown center is the infamous Church Street.
3. A cold view of the Round Church in Richmond.
Round churches are always eye-catching.
4. Methodist Episcopal Church in Stannard.
This simple and stately building was built in 1888 and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1978.
5. Eye popping foliage out in front.
This stunner is in the gorgeous little town of Newfane.
6. Underhill, Vermont
This brick structure can be found in Underhill center.
7. United Church of Christ Church in Cabot.
Naturally, this church is located on Faith Street.
8. Mead Memorial Chapel
Built in 1916 at Middlebury College. The Georgian-inspired interior reflects the original Calvinist character of Middlebury.
9. Second Congregational Church of Hyde Park
Across the street from this beauty is the gorgeous Hyde Park Opera House.
10. Old church on the town green.
This structure is showing its age in Pittsfield.
11. United Church of South Royalton
Prominantly positioned on the Village Green, the United Church of South Royalton (1889) is impressive.
12. Old Chapel at Middlebury College on Old Stone Row.
Old Chapel tower detail
Old Stone Row is composed of three buildings that formed the original Middlebury campus, an historic complex still used today. This church was built in 1836.
13. St. Luke's in Chester
A nice example of a Victorian church in downtown Chester.
14. Located in the Northeast Kingdom
This quaint church in Glover was pictured in the middle of a rummage sale.
15. Trinity Episcopal Church in Shelburne.
Trinity is one of the few parishes in northern Vermont whose origins go back to the 18th century. The earliest known Episcopal services took place in Shelburne in 1790.
16. Methodist Episcopal Church of Winooski
Built in 1918, a gorgeous view of the stained glass from the inside.
17. Simplicity in Proctor.
Simple and quietly elegant.
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