10 more churches in Indiana

St. Maurice Catholic Church and School, Napoleon, Indiana
St. Maurice Catholic Church, Napoleon, IN
United Brethren Church
United Brethren Church, Fulton, IN
Eagle Church
Eagle Church, Whitestown, IN
St. Joseph Catholic Church
St. Joseph Catholic Church, Shelbyville, IN
Christ Temple
Christ Temple Church of God in Christ, South Bend, IN
New Marion Baptist Church, New Marion, Indiana
New Marion Baptist Church, New Marion, IN
Catholic Church in Rochester
St. Joseph Catholic Church, Rochester, IN
Tyson United Methodist Church
Tyson United Methodist Church, Versailles, IN
St. John's Lutheran Church
St. John’s Lutheran Church, Indianapolis, IN
Burlington Church of Christ
Burlington Church of Christ, Burlington, IN

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11 responses to “10 more churches in Indiana”

  1. brandib1977 Avatar

    That Methodist Church in Versailles is pretty special!

    1. Jim Grey Avatar

      It’s a wonderful building! I got a tour several years ago and it’s just as stunning inside.

      1. brandib1977 Avatar

        Good to know!!!

  2. Greg Clawson Avatar
    Greg Clawson

    Jim, nice photos! I like all old brick and stone churches, but the Tyson church is special, your Canon does a great job.

    1. Jim Grey Avatar

      Greg, that Canon has exceeded my expectations. Even this many years after its release, which was in 2010, it continues to perform very well.

  3. musing75 Avatar

    Wow. I used to live very close to Versailles (the French one) which has plenty of very impressive buildings but I don’t remember anything as magnificently Art Deco as the Tyson United Methodist Church in your photo!

    1. Jim Grey Avatar

      It’s a beautiful building, the last thing you’d expect to find in a small Indiana town.

      Also: if you ever visit the town, don’t pronounce the name as the French would. The name is actually pronounced “ver-SALES.”

  4. brineb58 Avatar

    Totally love the Tyson United Methodist Church, Versailles, IN … never saw a church like it before!!!

    1. Jim Grey Avatar

      Me neither! It’s quite something.

  5. J P Avatar

    Once even the most modest church looked like a church, like the one in New Marion. The modern building in Whitestown could just as easily house a government office or a logistics company, but for the sign.

    1. Jim Grey Avatar

      It’s an odd one. We call it “the ice cube.” It’s less than a mile from our house.

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