Miami Beach Community Church
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Miami Beach Community Church information
In rather sharp and refreshing contrast to all the uber-modern structures muscling their way into the art-deco design of South Beach, this community church puts one in mind of an old Spanish mission – humble, modest and elegantly understated in an area where overstatement is the general philosophy. Fourteen stained-glass windows line the relatively simple interior, while the exterior is built to resemble coral stone in a Spanish Revival style. The congregation is LGBT-friendly and welcomes outside visitors; sermons are at 10:30am on Sunday and 6pm nightly.