Immanuel Presbyterian Church | Los Angeles Conservancy
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Immanuel Presbyterian Church

Modeled after French Gothic cathedrals, this stately church houses a congregation that dates to 1888 and today serves nearby Latinx, Filipino, Korean, and Ethiopian communities.

The building's stone-clad corner tower soars 205 feet above Wilshire, supported by a steel frame that allows for a strikingly spacious interior. The richly textured main sanctuary features intricately carved woodwork and stenciled vaulted ceilings.

The vast array of traditional stained-glass windows were created by the Dixon Art Glass Company of Los Angeles. They are in marked contrast to the modern faceted glass windows in the Westminster Chapel by Judson Studios of Highland Park.

Temple Emanuel
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Temple Emanuel

This great example of Modernism in Beverly Hills was first religious building designed by prolific Modern architect Sidney Eisenshtat.
Image courtesy the National Trust for Historic Preservation

Church of the Epiphany

The Church of the Epiphany conveys numerous aspects of Lincoln Heights' history, from its Period Revival architecture to its connection to the Chicano Movement.