1208 N. Colorado Ave
Brush, CO 80723
Phone: (970) 842-5146
Fax: (970) 842-5146
Built in 1927 in a Late Gothic Revival style, the German Evangelical Immanuel Congregational Church stands majestically on the Everett Street. Also known as the Immanuel Congregational Church, it was designed by Walter Simon and Frank Kenney. The pointed curved windows, intricate design, square tower, and masonry work are the unique features of this beautiful church. It was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 2005.
Constructed in 1907, Rankin Presbyterian Church is a red brick structure that replaced the building the congregation had used since 1891. Besides being a significant historical site in the City of Brush, this late Gothic Revival church was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2007.