Swedish Mission Church

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Built: 1872 | Abandoned: N/A
Status: Demolished
Contributor: Kansas Preservation Alliance

Constructed by Swedish immigrants in 1872, the Swedish Mission Church is located at the intersection of Topeka and Lakin Streets in Osage City. The church is a rare example of the Carpenter Gothic style is Kansas and is listed on the Register of Historic Kansas Places. The ornamental steeple and stained glass windows were installed in 1904, a rear addition was constructed in 1914, and the building was raised on a concrete basement in 1951. The current owner, Evangelical Covenant Mission Church, requires that the building be moved in order to build on the site. The church has offered to donate the building to an owner or organization that will move and restore the building. Otherwise, it will be sold for salvage.

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