The answer is: A Presbyterian Church in Stamford, CT is often compared to this creature, an early Christian symbol. The correct question is: What is a fish? The First Presbyterian Church of Stamford, also called “.Fish Church” was the $1600 cool buildings jeopardy clue in July.
Docent led tours will introduce the visitors to the unique sanctuary with more than 20,000 pieces of glass in 86 hues, the dalle de verre glass in 86 hues, the magnificent Visser Rowland organ and the 56 Bell carillon. The superior acoustics will be demonstrated by the church’s minister of music who will be on hand for the tours. The carillon will also be played throughout the day.
At 1 p.m., Wes Haynes and Kyle May give a talk titled “The Fish Church: Design / Build”. Wes Haynes is the Executive Director of Stamford’s Historic Neighborhood Preservation and a circuit rider with the CT Trust for Historic Preservation. Kyle May is a Principal at Abrahams May Architects in New York as well as Editor in Chief and Cofounder of CLOG, a quarterly architecture publication.
This event is sponsored by Highland Green Foundation.