Berry College, Mt. Berry, GA 30149
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Standing atop one of the hills on Berry’s Mountain Campus is the beautiful Frost Memorial Chapel. Built by Berry students and staff in 1936-37, Frost has become one of the places that visitors to the campus remember and return to visit.
It was a gift of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Frost of Los Angeles, California. While visiting the campus they saw a sign which had been placed upon the site where the chapel now stands. “Chapel needed…,” the sign read, and after attending a crowded worship service in the recitation hall auditorium, they agreed. The money for construction was donated to the school and the chapel was named for their son, John Lawrence Frost, who had died in his youth.
The result was a lovely stone chapel featuring wooden beamed ceilings, a flagstone floor, leaded glass windows, a slate roof and three beautiful stained glass windows. The stained glass, which depict the life of Christ, were donated by the Georgia State Society, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution in memory of the boys who died in World War II.