Today's photo features Holy Trinity Episcopal Church on Greene Street. While Holy Trinity dates to 1869 in Greensboro, the above building at the corner of Greene Street and Fisher Avenue, held its first services Easter 1950. Hobart Upjohn was the architect. Upjohn was an architect from New York who designed nearly 50 buildings in North Carolina. His grandfather was an Episcopal clergyman and Upjohn built several Episcopal churches in North Carolina. He also designed Temple Emanuel and the First Presbyterian Church down the street.
The long lines of the gray stone lintels add to the horizontal emphasis of the architecture. This is the Simpson Street view of the church; the back door, so to speak. Previously, we featured the labyrinth, here and an interior view, here. Stop back and we'll share a respectable view of the front. The church is beautiful from every angle. Indeed, Hobart Upjohn knew how to design memorable buildings.
See Holy Trinity's website, here.