storytellers: Historic Home TOur 2017
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Centenary United Methodist Church (Photo © 2017 Brian Parker)

Centenary United Methodist Church (Photo © 2017 Brian Parker)

Centenary United Methodist Church
631 N. Denver Ave.
Date Built: Between 1919 and 1921

An excellent example of architectural craftsmanship designed by architect George Winkler, Centenary United Methodist Church will be your starting point on the tour as well as the place you’ll buy tickets. The church features Corinthian columns, 124 beautiful German stained-glass windows, and egg and dart moldings.

Parish Church of St. Jerome (Photo © 2017 Brian Parker)

Parish Church of St. Jerome (Photo © 2017 Brian Parker)

Parish Church of St. Jerome
205 W. King St.
Date Built: 1921

The Parish Church of St. Jerome was the subject of a documentary film, Unlikely Family, at the time of the last Home Tour in 2015. During this year's tour, they will be hosting a Bizarre Bazaar open to the public. This historic building was the original home of the North Side Community, United Presbyterian Church.  It’s brick work is unique because it is sun-dried mud brick, made right on this sight.  And don’t miss the church’s Gothic style bell tower,  featuring the original bell in the tower which is still rung every Sunday morning; including the morning of this year’s tour! 

TW's-AFAB Catering (Photo © 2017 Tim Williams)

TW's-AFAB Catering (Photo © 2017 Tim Williams)

TW's-AFAB Catering
217 W. Latimer St.
Date Built: 1914

Located in the historic Cruzan Building which was lovingly restored after years of deterioration, TW's-AFAB Catering will be open during the tour for anybody needing a food or drink boost while they walk through the historic neighborhood.