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Spiritual landmarks

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.

Maryland congregation meets in a yurt

Maryland congregation meets in a yurt

Sugarloaf Congregation of Unitarian Universalists builds inexpensive new home.

Jane Greer | Summer 2007

Jefferson Unitarian Church has expanded three times

Jefferson Unitarian Church has expanded three times

Colorado church's additions make space for a growing congregation.

Jane Greer | Spring 2011

Colorado congregation enjoys increased space

Colorado congregation enjoys increased space

Jefferson Unitarian Church keeps growing, building.

Jane Greer | Spring 2011

Stained glass window's 50th anniversary

Stained glass window's 50th anniversary

The focal point of the Unitarian Universalist Society of Syracuse, N.Y., is a window depicting the world's religions.

Michelle Bates Deakin | Summer 2011

Minnesota church's expansion offers sustainable beauty

Minnesota church's expansion offers sustainable beauty

White Bear church pulpit and one wall's paneling were made from trees the church displaced.

Sonja L. Cohen | Summer 2014

New London congregation has room to grow

New London congregation has room to grow

Remodeled sanctuary features skyscape mural.

Jane Greer | Spring 2008

Cedar Lane's modernist auditorium

Cedar Lane's modernist auditorium

Pietro Belluschi's design for a Unitarian Universalist church in Maryland.

Donald E. Skinner | Summer 2008

UU congregation celebrates 325-year-old building

UU congregation celebrates 325-year-old building

Hingham, Mass., church dates to Puritan era.

Jane Greer | Fall 2006

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