Holy Cross Roman Catholic Church is a beautiful Gothic Revival structure, sitting high on a hill with rolling fields heading out from it in several directions. It merged with the former Our Lady of Mount Carmel in 1993 when that parish closed; this church is now formally known as Our Lady of the Holy Cross.
“In the year of Our Lord, 1908, on the 30th day of May, Reverand O.J. Hoog, V[icar] G[eneral] placed [this stone] in honor of the Holy Cross.”
The school next door is very cool, sort of an Early Twentieth Century version of the Gothic Revival style.
I really enjoyed photographing the church through trees and buildings from different parts of the neighborhood, across the broad meadows that were at least in part once a winding creek.