Structure Type: built works - religious structures - churches

Designers: Clark, W.G., Construction Company (firm); Grant, Copeland and Chervenak and Associates, Architects (firm); Robert Allan Chervenak (architect); W. G. Clark (building contractor); Ross Winnan Copeland Jr. (architect); Austin Grant (architect)

Dates: constructed 1955-1956

1 story

23525 84th Avenue West
Edmonds, WA 98026

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Architect Ira Rush, Jr., of Minot, ND, designed the first unit of Christ Lutheran Church In Edmonds, WA, in 1955-1956. Local architectural firm Grant, Copeland and Chervenak served as the local associated architect on the church. The W.G. Clark Company built the church to Rush's designs. Located at the corner of 84th Avenue West and 236 Street SW, it cost $47,000 to build. Constructed of cement blocks, its walls were faced in brick and vertical siding of cedar. As an article published in the Seattle Times indicated, it would be the first stage of a larger building campaign. Rush designed the sanctuary to seat 250 and placed the fellowship hall in the basement.

Tel: 425.744.8090 (2014).

PCAD id: 19301