Mar 2, 2022 3 min read

Ingleside Presbyterian Church: A Historic Landmark Inside And Out

Rev. Roland Gordon
Rev. Roland Gordon in the lobby of Ingleside Presbyterian Church. Raymond Rudolph/Ingleside Light

Walking into the stately front door of Ingleside Presbyterian Church, a visitor instantly sees that it is unlike any church they've seen before.

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Walking into the stately front door of Ingleside Presbyterian Church, a visitor instantly sees that it is unlike any church they've seen before.

Almost every bit of wall space, even parts of the ceiling, are covered with an expansive collage-mural dedicated to the heroes of the 1960s civil rights movement save for the sanctuary itself.

“It all started from a picture I had put up (in the church hall-gymnasium) of boxer Mohammed Ali,” Rev. Roland Gordon said.

Gordon's masterwork “The Great Cloud of Witnesses” is a historic landmark along with the 1923-built building itself.

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