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.
The 16th Street Baptist Church, organized in 1873, was the first Black church in Birmingham, Alabama.
Amana Church Society in Middle Amana, Iowa, is a symbol of the Amana Colonies, one of the longest-running, largest, and most successful American communal societies.
Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin, founded in 1906, was one of the first Greek Orthodox parishes to be incorporated in the United States.
Arch Street Meeting House is the largest active place of Quaker worship in the United States and the “mothership” of meeting houses to thousands of Quakers throughout Philadelphia and Pennsylvania.