Christ Episcopal Church

Contributors:
Robert Findlater, stonemason (1848-1852); Justin Martindale, carpenter (1848-1852); James Puttick, stonemason (1848-1852); Hobart Upjohn, architect (1913; ca. 1925); Richard Upjohn, architect (1848-1861); John Whitelaw, stonemason (tower) (1859-1861)
Dates:

1848-1861; 1913 [additions]; ca. 1925 [additions]

Location:
Raleigh, Wake County
Street Address:

N. Wilmington St. at Edenton St., Raleigh, NC

Status:

Standing

Type:

Religious

Images Puslished In:

Catherine W. Bishir, North Carolina Architecture (1990).
Catherine W. Bishir and Michael T. Southern, A Guide to the Historic Architecture of Piedmont North Carolina (2003).
Davyd Foard Hood, To the Glory of God: Christ Church, 1821-1996 (1997).
Frances Benjamin Johnston and Thomas Tileston Waterman, The Early Architecture of North Carolina (1941).

Note:

Christ Episcopal Church is one of the preeminent surviving churches by Richard Upjohn in America. It has been maintained and expanded over the years, including additions by his grandson, Hobart Upjohn, in the early 20th century and a major renovation in the late 20th century.