The most beautiful house of worship in Wyoming is…

JACKSON HOLE, WYO – Quick, what’s the most beautiful place of worship in the state of Wyoming?

Architectural Digest catalogued the nation’s most spectacular houses of worship, choosing one to represent each state. For Wyoming, it was all about location.

AD’s entry stated:

Saint John’s Episcopal Church Chapel of the Transfiguration (Moose, Wyoming)
Is there anything more charming than a steeple tucked into nature? The Chapel of the Transfiguration is within Grand Teton National Park. The log structure was built in 1925. Holy Communion is on Sundays but only during the summer. The church seats just 65 people.

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