Comments on: Jeanne Halgren Kilde, Sacred Power, Sacred Space: An Introduction to Christian Architecture and Worship (Oxford University Press, 2008).
Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century Church Buildings in England before Christopher Wren
Saint John’s Abbey Church, Collegeville, Minnesota (1953-61)
The Karlskirche, Vienna (1716-1737)
Fischer von Erlach’s Church of Saint Charles, the Karlskirche, reflects the architect’s understanding of history — that is, of universal … More
17th-century churches in the U.S.
Each of the earliest colonial denominations has a typical building still standing from the seventeenth century: Spanish missions in the Southwest, … More
Upjohn’s Rural Architecture and Carpenter Gothic
During the nineteenth century, new churches sprang up following settlement and population growth. These included Episcopal congregations, which frequently preferred … More
High church, low church, and the Romanesque Revival
Whereas the Gothic was associated with the medieval period and the established church (i.e. Anglican or Catholic), the more primitive … More
Selected Gothic Revival Episcopal church buildings by Richard Upjohn
Google Map: Selected Gothic Revival Episcopal church buildings by Richard Upjohn
Historic Episcopal church buildings in Texas
Santa Costanza, Rome
Christianity existed for centuries before its first houses of public worship were built. It was not until Emperor Constantine’s Edict … More