The Spiritual Landmarks column highlights how a congregation’s building expresses its values, brings the community together, and nurtures the spirit. Share your spiritual landmark: Submit high-resolution photographs showcasing your congregation’s worship and gathering spaces.
UUA moves into ‘Innovation District’ headquarters
New headquarters is open, modern, and environmentally responsible.
Spiritual landmarks: Exploring Boston's churches
Three historic churches are home to Unitarian Universalist congregations in downtown Boston.
An origins story in glass
Laurie Bieze's stained glass windows tell an evolutionary creation story.
Home of the Inness Jr. paintings
Florida church home to largest collection of paintings by George Inness Jr.
A spiritual oasis
Safe haven in a desert landscape.
A beacon for the questioning
Fellowship's lighthouse motif evokes 'free and responsible search for truth and meaning.'
A Titanic victim’s architectural legacy
Unitarian brothers Edward Austin Kent and William Winthrop Kent designed Buffalo church.
A towering stronghold
Beverly, Illinois, Unitarian Universalists worship in a castle.
Jefferson Unitarian Church has expanded three times
Colorado church’s additions make space for a growing congregation.
Restoring a Gilded Age church
Church built to honor William Ellery Channing in 1880 is restored for the 21st century.
Expanding a landmark
A green addition to Frank Lloyd Wright's landmark Unitarian church in Madison.
The mini-golf church
Unitarian Universalists congregation in Colorado Springs bought an amusement park in 2007.