I was included in the first set of visitors and invited to listen to a presentation on the history of the church. The building is in an impressive setting with open areas on all sides of the round building.
The church looks small from the outside but much more spacious from the interior. Here is a shot I took of the panels of murals behind the dais.
The church has a balcony area that encircles the interior. Three sets of spiral staircases lead both up to the balcony and down to a basement level. A little gaudy, I thought.
Unfortunately, I lost patience with the presentation in the church and decided I needed to leave for my next venue and missed taking more photos of the interior. Maybe next year.
On my way back to my car, I took a couple of detail shots of the exterior.
A close inspection of these shots reveals some deterioration of the exterior, unfortunately characteristic of some of Wright's work, which is high on innovation but a little lacking in maintenance practicality.