Went there for a harp recital, but got greeted by a winter solstice pagan festival. Great building, horrible theology.
Not only is this building, which is located in the Village of Shorewood Hills, an architectural icon, but the recent addition is a model of sustainability and sensitivity. The addition blends into the original Frank Lloyd Wright building in the best way - it is unobtrusive from the entry area, and invisible when one is looking at the "ship's prow"... More
Wow. The history and background is stunning. I was surprised by how warm evreybody was on the tour. The Wright information was powerful. Highly reccomend.
If you are a Wright aficionado, this is a must-visit. The building was recently renovated and is in excellent condition. I am a member of this church, and while the building is not why, it is a fantastic thing to see in Madison. The new addition to the meeting house is LEED certified and one of the most green buildings... More
We have quite a few Frank Lloyd Wright buildings in Racine so we wanted to see this one. It is typical FLW fashion-neat 70's style. Check it out just because it's different. Just drive by.
Only go if you want to see one of the FLW buildings in Madison. It's a classic representation, with a new, ugly addition.
The tour guide was a church member and liked the church. The new addition we toured through also was interesting to see and hear about the uses etc.
We were fortunate to get a personal tour after the 9 a.m. Sunday service. It should be noted that most services are held in a new "Wright inspired" addition, which is unique and notable itself. Wright's original auditorium seats only 200; while the new auditorium can handle 500. Our tour lasted about an hour and was quite educational and memorable.
Stunning architecture with its blend of stone, wood, copper and glass. A new addition was put on two years ago to accommodate what is now the largest gathering of Unitarians in the country. Wonderful and unique choral music and musicians. Services are exilerating and thought-provoking.
One of the most influential church designs of the 20th century. It has a new addition that is beautifully sited and doesn't impact the original mid-20th century building.
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