Day 67 of 365

First Congregational Church of Riverside

First Congregational Church of Riverside is a historic landmark built in 1912. The church is designed in the Spanish Colonial Revival style by Myron Hunt. The brick building also features a concrete tower designed by Henry Jekel. The first services were held on December 24, 1913. Sunday worship services are still offered here at 10am.

Riverside Historic site plaque

Quote of the Day:
When you are looking in the mirror, you are looking at the problem. But, remember, you are also looking at the solution. – Anonymous

About michaeldthomasphotography

I’m a professional photographer based in southern California, specializing in wedding, fashion, model portfolios, glamour, portrait, event photography and photojournalism and event photography.
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One Response to Day 67 of 365

  1. Babygirl says:

    Oh wow, you really do have a great eye for amazing architecture. This building is stunning. I love simplistic buildings, that stand the test of time.

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