Monthly Archives: September 2012

Oxford Church of Christ (new building)

The original building for the Oxford Church of Christ was the subject of the last post.  The circa 1980 new sanctuary uses modernist influences in its construction.  Surrounded by trees and bushes, it was very difficult to photograph, although if … Continue reading

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Oxford Church of Christ (Old Building)

The original Gothic Revival/Tudor Revival influence Oxford Church of Christ building was completed circa 1950.  John Linn Hopkins completed the National Register of Historic Places nomination form in 2007 for the North Lamar Historic District.  Hopkins described the building details: … Continue reading

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Update on Burns “Belfry” Church Restoration

Back in 2010, I posted about the work being done on the Burns “Belfry” Church, and again in April this past year.  Recently, work has again resumed on the restoration.  The brick on the front gable has been restored. The … Continue reading

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The Sabbatical

  Not the kind where you get to do exotic research and recharge your batteries–the kind of sabbatical where I can’t do my regular routine for the moment due to other responsibilities:  See Abby above.  I’ll be back soon.

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