Christ The Saviour Orthodox Church is in Chinatown, and was my first stop during Doors Open. The church has its roots in two congregations, the oldest one dating back nearly a century with its roots from immigrants out of the old Hapsburg empire. The current church building was constructed here in 1968, and a neighbouring building, a former fire hall dating back to 1913, now serves as the church hall. Some of the iconography from the older church resides in the church hall, as seen in the final photo. The sanctuary itself is very different from churches that I'm used to, filled with iconography, which is typical of the Orthodox branch of Christianity. The priest was on hand when I got in, and mentioned that while services are in English, the worshipers come from several language backgrounds, so he recites things like the Lord's Prayer in those languages during a service.