Greenstone United Methodist Church in Chicago

Photo of Greenstone United Methodist Church in Chicago, Illinois
Photograph © Wayne Lorentz. Licensed to Artefaqs Corporation
Photo of Greenstone United Methodist Church in Chicago, Illinois
Photograph © Wayne Lorentz. Licensed to Artefaqs Corporation
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Photo of Greenstone United Methodist Church in Chicago, Illinois
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Greenstone United Methodist Church
Formerly:The Pullman Palace Car Company Church

11211 South Saint Lawrence Avenue, Chicago, Illinois, Pullman 60628
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Quick Facts
Statistics
  • Seating capacity: 600
Timeline
  • 1881: This building was consecrated.
Notes
  • Unlike many buildings in Chicago which are made of local Joliet limestone, this building's limestone came from Pennsylvania.
  • This church was consecrated by Reverend Doctor James Pullman, the brother of town founder, George Pullman.
  • This was intended to be a single church to serve all the denominations of Pullman, but the religious leaders could not come up with a sharing agreement. It was eventually sold to the Methodist Church in 1906.
  • Developer:
  • The Pullman Palace Car Company
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