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Presbyterian Church, Rush City, MN

July 6, 2016

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The simple “L” shape of Rush City’s former Presbyterian church is typical for Methodists and Presbyterians in the Upper Midwest. Both denominations published plan books with suggested designs, many of them designed by architects. Without more research, I can’t tell you if this came from that source.

The exterior diagonal symmetry morphs on the inside (usually) to a rectangular auditorium and an adjacent auxiliary space for religious education, meetings, or social activities. With luck, an interior view recently showed up that confirms what can often only be speculated.

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The auditorium, but the way, can be longitudinal or, in this case a radial configuration for the seating.

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