Today we have two very different sanctuaries, both participating in Doors Open again this year. The Christian Science sect has this church downtown. It dates back to 1913, and was designed in a Classic Italian style.
The organ is down at front, sunken into the floor at the base of the pulpit.
A few blocks west stands the Church of St. Barnabas, of the Anglican denomination. It combines Byzantine and Romanesque influences, and dates back to 1931.
The baptismal chapel is just off the sanctuary.
The church is a mix of styles, with iconography that you might expect in an Orthodox church set against a more austere backdrop. Here we have the high altar.
This icon definitely reminds me of Orthodox work.
A Nativity painting can also be found here. I rather liked the look of it.