Skywatch Friday – Tulsa’s Boston Avenue Church

Boston avenue 2018 september

In a city of Art Deco masterpieces, the Boston Avenue Church is among the best. It was built in the 1920’s and is still just beautiful. It is even more beautiful on the inside and the church is very accommodating to those who want to tour the building.

And of course since it is a 15 story building that stands tall by itself it almost always makes for a decent Skywatch Friday photo.

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15 thoughts on “Skywatch Friday – Tulsa’s Boston Avenue Church

  1. Alana

    Beautiful shot! Does Oklahoma have an event like New York does – Sacred Sunday, in May, when various churches open their doors for tours? I’ve seen some amazing things just in the immediate area where I live (such as Tiffany windows). I love Art Deco; I would love to see the church from the inside.

    1. Alan Bates Post author

      You know, I would really like an event like that. Tulsa is known as a rare city in the US that has active, vital downtown churches and many of them are beautiful.

  2. Driller's Place

    While the Union Depot is my favorite building, for sentimental reasons, Boston Ave is definitely the crown jewel in Tulsa’s Art Deco collection. This image is suitable for framing and I think you should enter it in the fair next year. Really well done Yogi.

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