Calvary United Methodist Church is an activist church in Philadelphia. The church developed alongside the surrounding neighborhood with the construction of new trolley lines in the latter half of the 19th century, ultimately leading to the construction of the English Gothic-style church by Brown, Gillespie & Carrel in 1907.
Arch Street United Methodist Church is a Civil War-era church that has grown into a community hub at the center of Philadelphia’s transportation network.
St. Ann & the Holy Trinity in Brooklyn, New York, is one of the finest works of architect Minard Lafever, who Calvert Vaux praised as “Sir Christopher Wren of America.”
Grace Episcopal Church, with its 107-foot bell tower, is a defining feature of the landscape and soundscape of one of America’s first commuter suburbs: Newton, Massachusetts.
First Christian Church in Columbus, Indiana, is one of the earliest examples of Midcentury Modern religious architecture in the United States and one of Eliel Saarinen’s most significant works.