Advent Lutheran Church is blessed to carry out its many ministries in a beautiful, historic building. Built in 1900 by the noted architect William Potter, our building’s primary design elements are by Louis Tiffany. The work of the Tiffany studios graces not only all of the stained glass windows in the sanctuary, but a ceramic mosaic behind the altar as well. In addition, Tiffany designed the sanctuary lamps and pews and painted the decorative organ frontal pipes in the front of our sanctuary.

The building certainly reflects the historic musical heritage of the Lutheran tradition. Being heirs of Luther and Bach’s profound hymnody, our building was built as much for music as for the spoken word. One can only appreciate the depth of our building’s acoustic brilliance by experiencing it first hand.

Come share in and experience the beauty of this sacred space. It is in this beautiful sanctuary that we hear God’s Word through both music and silence, through both friendship and authentic encounters with the Divine.