Evergreen was acquired in 2013. Originally built as a Presbyterian Church, Evergreen is located across the street from the campus on University Avenue. Designed by architects Walk Jones Sr. and Walk Jones Jr., the sanctuary building is a traditional Colonial design with four massive white columns and a 145-foot steeple. Its exterior walls are Williamsburg red brick. The site includes a 1,000-seat auditorium, gymnasium and office space.
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|2014-11||Pedestrian bridge between Evergreen and off campus residence hall.||-|
|1960||Evergreen Presbyterian Church in the winter||-|
|1962||Evergreen Presbyterian Church seen from Halliburton tower which was under construction||-|