National and State Register

St. Andrews Episcopal Church (Denver)

Denver County

St. Andrews Episcopal Church, originally named Trinity Memorial Church, was designed in the Gothic style in 1909 by architect Ralph Adams Cram.

It is a small L-shaped structure built of brick with limestone lintels and a slate roof.  The exterior is ornamented with wooden Gothic tracery on the windows and porches.  Saint Andrews became famous as a teaching center for churches throughout the country and many ceremonial practices which were introduced there.