I have several churches for today. This is the Catholic parish Sagrada Familia, over in Old Ottawa East, near the Rideau Canal. A sculpture of the Virgin Mary is near the front steps, behind glass. A date inscribed near the front door indicates that the building dates to 1958.
One evening I was passing by the Garden of the Provinces and Territories. Two churches are found here and were lit up. Christ Church Cathedral, an Anglican church, is this one.
Its neighbour is St. Peter's Lutheran Church.
The sanctuary, which I've featured before in Doors Open visits, includes beautiful stained glass windows. This one, lit from within, hangs over the altar.
I finish with these three churches in Chinatown, taken one afternoon in September. The Chinese Christian Church of Ottawa is this one, occupying a building north of Somerset Street, the main route through the neighbourhood.
St. Luke's Anglican Church is on the south side of Somerset, a short walk away.
This view from the east side shows more of the church. In the background, the bell tower at Dominican University College is visible.
And on the north side of Somerset, across from St. Luke's, is Christ The Saviour Orthodox Church.