Grace Episcopal Church

Architectural Tour of Clinton

Grace Episcopal Church

Clinton, Iowa 52732, United States

Created By: Matt Parbs


Grace Episcopal Church, 2100 North 2nd Street; 1856.The church has a corner tower and gable roof (now with asphalt shingles). The exterior bearing walls are of local quarry-faced limestone with dressed stone for the quoins at the corners. The exterior side walls have pointed arched windows and engaged buttresses. The stone nave was originally four bays with stone to match existing. At the same time, a choir room was added to the north. In 1904, the interior ceiling was removed and open timber construction exposed. The church is an excellent example of Gothic Revival Style and was intended to be patterned after St. Martin's at Canterbury, England. 

This point of interest is part of the tour: Architectural Tour of Clinton


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