St. Paul's Episcopal Church
Greenville, North Carolina

This new church building is designed to seat 450 parishioners and houses a large, new, concert pipe organ by C.B. Fisk, Inc. (Opus 126) which is also designed to be used in conjunction with the School of Music of the nearby university.   The building’s design fits in with its residential surroundings and the smaller existing church, which is to become a chapel, and provides a dramatic view from downtown Greenville.  

We served as the Design Architect for the project as well as the Liturgical Designer for this new facility.  The exterior is matching brick, and the interior features slate floors in the Nave and Side Aisles and slate and marble in the Chancel.  Exposed trusses and clerestory windows enhance the vertical feel of the interior.   Custom-built gothic furnishings in quarter-sawn white oak complete the Chancel.    The font is a relocated historic piece with an enlarged basin in marble mosaic. 

The project was featured on the cover of The American Organist Magazine in the July 2006 issue.

Eason & Farlow Design, PA, Associate Architect
Terry Byrd Eason Design, Liturgical Designer
Atkin Olshin Lawson-Bell & Associates, Architect-of-Record

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