Stanford Memorial Church is part of a linked, complex system of arcades that make up the Quad, which serves to unify the entire complex, is more reminiscent of European public spaces than American ones, and "is probably one of the most important feature of the original Stanford architecture". It was built during the American Renaissance period and features a kaleidoscope of intricate detail that reveals itself upon each additional visit to the grounds. Here you can find additional information about the church and it's storied history.
Memorial Church History
Read about the creation of the church and more.
Memorial Church Inscriptions
Carved into Memorial Church’s interior sandstone walls are a collection of instructive and inspirational sayings assembled by Jane Stanford over the years.
Memorial Church Layout
View a floor plan of the memorial church.
Memorial Church Organs
Memorial Church houses many wonderful organs, explore more about them here.
Memorial Church Quatrefoils
Of special scholarly and artistic interest are the ancient religious symbols and the carved quatrefoils that provide their settings.
Visit Memorial Church
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