The Dover Church – Sanctuary Renovation

Church interior and exterior

The Dover Church – Sanctuary Renovation This circa 1839 Greek Revival structure was built as the third version of a church on “Meeting House Hill,” serving the congregation that was initially founded in 1762. The intent of the renovation was to improve interior finishes, lighting and acoustics. When the church committee charged with the renovation began consulting various tradesmen, they … VIEW PROJECT +

Temple Sinai / Brookline, Massachusetts

temple exterior and blueprints

      Temple Sinai / Brookline, Massachusetts The Temple Sinai facility consists of a 22,000 square foot complex of two contiguous buildings in the Coolidge Corner area of Brookline. The historic sanctuary building, constructed as a church in 1916, is an excellent example of the Colonial Revival style in religious architecture. The adjacent school facility is a circa 1901 … VIEW PROJECT +

St. John’s – St. James Episcopal Church / St. James Educational Center

church and educational building exterior

St. John’s – St. James Episcopal Church / St. James Educational Center This property is located in the John Elliot Square Historic District of Roxbury, Massachusetts and includes two historically significant structures and one contemporary addition. Ionic Hall, one of the oldest surviving brick buildings in Roxbury, is a circa 1800 Federal Style mansion. St. Luke’s Chapel of 1901 is … VIEW PROJECT +

Second Church of Dorchester

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    Second Church of Dorchester A Church of the Nazarene 1805 Federal Style Meeting House occupying a prominent site in Codman Square in Dorchester. The church property includes a series of additions which date from 1869. Mills Whitaker Architects has provided the following services: 1998 Rehabilitation Assessment Report – funded with matching grant from Historic Boston Incorporated Steeples Project. … VIEW PROJECT +

Park Street Church Boston Massachusetts

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Park Street Church Boston Massachusetts Park Street Church, founded in 1809, owns and occupies four contiguous buildings that include the original church, 1 Park (1971), 2 Park (1887), and 3 Park Street (1918). Mills Whitaker Architects has provided a range of professional services to this historic congregation for its 95,000 square foot urban campus. 1994 Space Planning Study – Measured … VIEW PROJECT +

Hancock United Church of Christ / Lexington MA

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Hancock United Church of Christ / Lexington MA Hancock Church is a complex of four interconnected buildings dating from 1892 to 1960. The church is located directly across the street from the Historic Battle Green in Lexington, MA. Mills Whitaker Architects was retained to evaluate the facility, prepare a master plan and develop options for implementation of phased improvements in … VIEW PROJECT +

First Parish Church of Concord MA

church exterior

    First Parish Church of Concord MA Circa 1900 historic structure for a 363-year-old church organization in the heart of Concord Massachusetts. Mills Whitaker Architects has provided the following services: 1998 Consultant to Preservation Technology Associates, Inc. for analysis of existing conditions and recommendations for repair of church tower. 1999 Belfry Repair Project – prime consultant for replication of … VIEW PROJECT +

First Parish Church Brunswick, Maine

CHURCH EXTERIOR

               First Parish Church Brunswick, Maine First Parish in Brunswick was designed by the New York City architect Richard Upjohn. Constructed in 1850, this church is a unique example of Gothic Revival architecture in a wooden structure. The facility is comprised of vertical board and batten siding with decorative wood trim elements and details … VIEW PROJECT +

First Church in Roxbury

church exterior

    First Church in Roxbury This 1804 Federal Style Meeting House is one of the oldest wooden church buildings in Boston. Located in John Eliot Square, a National Register Historic District, the campus includes the 1804 Sanctuary, 1876 Putnam Chapel and 2004 Urban Ministry Center. In an effort to revitalize and preserve the Meeting House, which is the fifth … VIEW PROJECT +

First Congregational Church

exterior of church

First Congregational Church Bridgton, Maine This 19th-century wood-framed Gothic Revival church was plagued with a deteriorating founda- tion, basement water problems and an awkward connection to its mid-20th century education wing and lobby. Mills Whitaker Architects was retained to prepare an Assessment and Master Plan. Phase I, completed in 2006, consisted of a complete reconstruction of the church’s basement and … VIEW PROJECT +