Boynton Chapel Methodist Church, located in Houston’s Third Ward, was designed in 1957 by John Saunders Chase, the first Black architect licensed in Texas and one of the founders of the National Organization of Minority Architects.
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.
Christ Church, the second Episcopal parish in Detroit, was founded in 1845 as a response to the city’s growth in the first half of the 19th century.
Crossnore Presbyterian Church in Crossnore, North Carolina rose out of the Social Gospel and settlement house era as a congregation dedicated to service and education.
Dover Friends Meetinghouse is believed to be the only surviving 18th-century Quaker meetinghouse in New Hampshire.