Chicago, Illinois, The Chicago Temple Building, c1925

As the rest of downtown Chicago began to build rapidly upwards, the First United Methodist Church followed suit. As one of the first churches in the city, congregants originally met in mixed-use buildings that housed businesses, as well as worship spaces. In 1924, the church built the Temple Building skyscraper, which featured a chapel 400 feet above Clark Street. It was the tallest building in the city for several years after its completion.


Chicago, Illinois, The Chicago Temple Building, c1925

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