St. Anne Church in Seattle’s Queen Anne neighborhood is an intact mid-century complex, of which we’ve covered several others previously. It replaced an older, Victorian-era church that the congregation had outgrown.
It was built in 1962 to the designs of John W. Maloney, whose firm was responsible for many churches throughout Seattle as well as numerous other structures. We’ve covered what is most likely one of his bank branches here.
Some of the unique features of the complex include the dominating belltower and the engaging curves of the roofline. Stained glass and some interior painting decoration was done by the studios of Harold Rambusch.