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Architecture of Bigelow Chapel

The architectural award-winning Bigelow Chapel is an innovative structure of “floating” planes of glass, pre-cast stone walls, and a series of translucent curving wood panels that cast a warm glow and provide a tranquil environment for worship and prayer.

Architects: Joan Soranno and John Cook - Hammel, Green and Abrahamson, Inc. Construction Firm - M.A. Mortenson Company

Architectural Tours
Trained guides are available to give private architectural tours of Bigelow Chapel to interested groups Monday through Friday from 9:00 AM-5:00 PM. We encourage both seminary and outside groups to take advantage of this service.

If you would like to set up a guided tour, or if you have a question about the tours, please contact Renee Flesner, 651.255.6138.

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Bigelow Chapel Architectural Awards
2006 Honor Award-American Institute of Architects
2005 Religious Architecture-New Facilities, “Faith & Form” magazine
2004 Honor Award-American Institute of Architects Minnesota

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