Hamline Church United Methodist

saint paul, Minnesota

Hamline Church United Methodist was built in 1928, just across the street from Hamline University. The church is notable for its Gothic Revival architectural style and its stained glass windows, woodwork, and stone carvings done by Minnesota artisans.

 

The church building, though in generally good condition, had some known problems relating to windows and gutters, and there were concerns that there may also be other issues. The congregation obtained a Legacy Grant from the Minnesota Historical Society and hired MacDonald & Mack to conduct an intensive Historic Structure Report detailing the building’s history and condition, and giving recommendations for treatment.

 

PROJECT PARTNERS

Structural engineer: Mattson Macdonald Young

Mechanical and electrical engineer: Hallberg

 

CLIENT

Hamline Church United Methodist

 

links

Church website

National Register nomination