St. John Cantius Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church

St. George Orthodox-Antiochian

February 6th, 2008

2587 West 14th Street.  St. George is the former Lincoln Park Methodist Church.  This Romanesque church was built in 1892.  St. George added small onion domes to the base of the steeple.

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