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Thanks-Giving Square, Dallas

Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Landmarks, Nature & Parks, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
3.4/5 based on 75+ reviews on the web
Thanks-Giving Square serves as a common ground, a sanctuary, where there can be a confluence of faiths and traditions in discussion of shared concern. In Dallas, Thanks-Giving Square is a central meeting place where citizens from diverse backgrounds can use thanksgiving as a way to heal divisions and enhance mutual understanding.
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  • The setting for the square and chapel was super - def worth walking round if you're passing by. However the chapel was closed and looked like it has been for a while despite the website openeing hours...  read more »
  • What do you do with a small odd shaped patch of ground wedged between downtown high rise office buildings? You build a small interfaith chapel on it, put in a fountain and call it Thanksgiving Square....  read more »
  • The inside of this chapel is simply stunning. Absolutely gorgeous. It is worth the stop. And definitlely bring a camera. 
  • I've never actually seen it in person, but I love the Google pics!!! Plan to go asap!!! 😊
  • This was an extremely cool place! I wasn't even aware it was around and then randomly came to it!
  • i dont like that the bells dont swing. whats the deal with the hammer?? overall not bad
  • Nice break right in the middle of downtown busy pace ...urban yet calming
  • The chapel is absolutely stunning! A must see in my book.
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