Trinity Methodist Church, England / by Alastair Wiper

I'm no God-squadder, but I do like a good church - something to do with all that delicious symmetry and symbolism. Some crackers were built in the 60s, such as this sexy little number in Woking, England: Trinity Methodist Church. According to the church's website the buildings were dedicated on the 12th July 1965, and designed by "a distinguished firm of architects" inspired by the Anglican cathedral in Mbale, Uganda. "It was deliberately modern in style to stress its relevance to the society it is serving."

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