White Memorial Chapel
The White Memorial Chapel in Salt Lake City is a non-denominational church venue today but has a history of being a popular LDS meeting spot in the 19th century.
The church was first built in 1883, serving as home to the 18th Ward of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. It stood in its original glory for 90 years on A Street and 2nd Avenue, disassembled in 1973 to be relocated.
It was disassembled in such a fashion to ensure the architectural elements could be reused, saving the original steeple, gothic windows, doors, benches, buttresses, and inclined roof. It even contains some original stained glass! Altogether, the church serves and served as an example of Utah's early religious architecture, fashioned in the Gothic-style by architect Obed Taylor, who also designed the Assembly Hall at Temple Square.
Today this church building is used for civic purposes, hosting 15/20 weddings each year plus concerts and community events.