Mathewson Street United Methodist Church is one of the only churches in Providence, Rhode Island, that does not rely on traditional ecclesiastical form in its design.
Old Pine Street Church, formally known as Third, Scots and Mariners Presbyterian Church, is the oldest extant Presbyterian structure in Philadelphia.
Vernon African Methodist Episcopal Church in Tulsa, Oklahoma, symbolizes the resilience of the Black community following the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre, the largest race massacre in American history.
Saint Peter’s Church (SPC) is part of an early Modernist mixed-use complex that exemplifies the continual redevelopment of New York City.
Our Lady of Victory National Shrine & Basilica (OLV) is a Roman Catholic church in Lackawanna, New York, serving over 1,000 local members and welcoming over 40,000 visitors annually.