Lafayette Avenue Presbyterian Church (LAPC) in Brooklyn, New York, has been a leader in social activism for over 160 years, prominently participating in the temperance, suffrage, labor rights, and LGBTQ rights movements, among others.
Founded in 1870, Central Presbyterian Church marked the growth of the town of Summit and the expansion of the Presbyterian church in the region.
Completed in 1927, First Baptist Church was the first notable Asheville, North Carolina, project of architect Douglas Ellington, whose designs helped define the character of the city.
The Basilica of St. Lawrence in Asheville, North Carolina, is the final work, resting place, and widely recognized masterpiece of master builder Rafael Guastavino.
St. Francis Xavier Mission in St. Xavier, Montana, is the mother church of Montana’s Crow Indian Reservation and the only surviving Jesuit Mission-era church on the reservation.