Colonial architecture joined aesthetic splendor with symbolic significance. Hexagonal pulpits, symbolizing power, majesty, wisdom, love, mercy, and justice, served as the focal point in early American meeting houses. Drawing on this architectural tradition, we cap the perfect symmetry of Barstow’s six-sided lantern with an ornate cupola to form a shape as eye catching today as it was to bygone congregations.
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