Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Fairview North Ward

 I love the exposed rock on this chapel. It was constructed in the 1930s.

This chapel has the same floor plan as the Cedar City First Ward, with some obvious differences--no clock tower (and originally, no steeple at all), the gray stone instead of the colorful rock of Cedar City, and a few other changes. The Cedar City chapel is generally considered more significant, because of its use of local materials; however, this building has a more stately appearance because of its use of gray stone.

This portion on the left (west) side of the building is the cultural hall. The chapel runs east from there.

A Bishop's office was located here, accessible from an exterior door and from the chapel itself.

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