St. Mary and Archangel Michael Coptic Orthodox Church in Nashua, New Hampshire, has supported multiple immigrant communities throughout its history.
First Congregational Church of Detroit was established in 1844 by abolitionists. The church served as a major Underground Railroad hub prior to moving to its current location in 1891.
Arlington Street Church in Boston is an American institution known for its pioneering spirit, commitment to reform, and landmark building.
The First Presbyterian Church of Stamford is a singular example of major American architect Wallace K. Harrison’s neo-Expressionist approach to Modern architecture.
San Xavier del Bac Mission was established by Father Eusebio Kino in the village of Wa:k in 1692 at the invitation of the O’odham people.