Perhaps one of the most iconic shots of the sanctuary with all the beautiful stained windows
Main Entrance on Woodward Avenue
There is a reason why the church was referred to as "St. Curvy"
Stained glass windows facing Woodward Avenue
The sanctuary with its spectacular orthogonal lantern
Staircase facing Woodward Avenue
No doubt it deserves the nickname "St. Curvy"
It seems as if many significant historical structures are located close to the Fisher Building
The remaining of a fireplace
A view from Woodward Avenue looking Southwest
The staircase facing Woodward Avenue
The main entrance on Woodward Avenue.
The octagonal lantern of the church
The majestic curving balcony of Woodward Avenue Presbyterian Church has led some to dub it "St. Curvy."
A piano on the second floor
Hoop dreams. A gymnasium on the side of the church.
Much of the first floor of the church has been destroyed by water damage.
A photo of the church's last pastor, the Rev. Gary M. Douglas Jr., still sits on a bookshelf.
The staircase on the Philadelphia side of the building has been smashed by vandals.
The once booming organ has been silenced - and its pipes scrapped.
All of the mighty organ's pipes have been scrapped.
The church's sanctuary has been damaged by scrappers, vandals and the elements.
Looking up into the lantern from the sanctuary
The breathtaking curves of the church known as St. Curvy.
Church pews inside Woodward Avenue Presbyterian Church
Stained glass windows inside the abandoned Woodward Avenue Presbyterian Church
The sanctuary of Woodward Avenue Presbyterian
Though abandoned, Woodward Avenue Presbyterian remains a place of beauty and spiritualness
The abandoned sanctuary of Woodward Avenue Presbyterian
The organ in the sanctuary of Woodward Avenue Presbyterian
The sanctuary, as seen from above
Woodward Avenue Presbyterian's giant, swooping balcony has given it the nickname "St. Curvy."
Woodward Avenue Presbyterian has started to lose its stained glass windows after years of abandonment.
The sanctuary of Woodward Avenue Presbyterian, showing the organ
Despite years of abandonment, Woodward Avenue Presbyterian still retains its sense of spiritualness.
The sanctuary of Woodward Avenue Presbyterian, as seen from under the balcony
The balcony at Woodward Avenue Presbyterian Church