Pioneer Memorial Church

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2700 L Street
Sacramento, California 95814
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Also know as the Pioneer Congregational Church this house of worship was built in 1920’s at a cost of  $170,000 . The concrete exterior was done in the neo-Gothic style that was projected to honor the population of European pioneers who settled the Sacramento area.

The structure consists of a main floor and balcony, stained glass windows throughout, and a choir loft with a pipe organ in the chancel. The two story, 15,500 square foot administrative wing was remodeled in 1998 and contains offices, meeting and classrooms, a fellowship hall and a kitchen

This project although designed by Hemmings and Starks, was completed after Hemmings death in 1924.

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Posted: January 9, 1924

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Category: E.C. Hemmings, Leonard Starks

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  1. Anthony says:

    Thanks Chris, your right. It appears the map was not correct as well. I have fixed both issues. Thanks for checking out our site!

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