UPDATE from PAM
This church reminds me of a home in a very upscale neighborhood in Oklahoma City that I was in once, many years ago, as a small child. The sharp peaks are glass or some other clear material allowing light in. It has always stuck with me. Fascinating and talk about immaculate. You can see pictures of it on our county assessors web site as follows: here and hereGoing north on 54 last week I glanced left across the cemetery next to the tanks and spotted zigzags and diamonds.
Good grief. You could put your eye out with that thing.
Next time you are at Scott Antique Market go south a few miles and turn west at the tanks.
It stands proud on a huge level lot, as if it's on the coastal plains. It's immaculate.
It's the Evangelistic New Life Apostolic Church in Forest Park, just a block west of Jonesboro Road at Forest Avenue. I suspect it started life with a different congregation.
How did this come to be?
Are the points on the peaks skylights?
Like it or not, its a complete concept.
Who designed this? When?
What is it like inside?