8. This pleasant church features this brick wall, which apparently includes all the tiny windows in the entire universe.
Those aren’t really all the tiny windows in the universe. But this is the Unitarian Universalist Church on Pleasant Street.
7. This adornment is rather immaculate, if we do say so ourselves. Cover your ears, though, it can get Loudon there.
This is probably the church that sees the most traffic go by on a daily basis. It’s Immaculate Heart of Mary on Loudon Road.
6. Go West, young man. But also go North. And State. Wait, is state a direction? That’s for us to know and you to know, too.
State is not, it turns out, an actual direction. West is, though, and this is West Congregational Church.
5. We’ll cut right to the heart of the matter – this light is almost close enough to shine directly on justice.
We have three lights just like this outside of the Insider office (blatant lie). Anyway, this one is at Sacred Heart Church.
4. John was one of the Beatles, but he was also one of the things in this church’s moniker. Not the same John, though.
We’re still not convinced they aren’t the same John, actually. Either way, though, this is St. John The Evangelist.
3. Home to one of our favorite tasty festivals every fall, if you identify this one correctly, you’ll be our gyro.
As one hunter noted, hope they kept the wreaths on the door! No matter, most nailed it. It’s Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church.
2. We didn’t do well in science when we were in school, but that looks like a circle. It’s also fun to stay pretty close to here.
The clue here was that circles aren’t science. Wait, that’s not a clue! Anyway, this is the First Church of Christ, Scientist.
1. Concord’s other sweet dome is only a few hundred feet from the State House, and there’s nothing un-orthodox about it.
This one proved more difficult than we expected: Betsy nailed it, though – it’s the Dormition of the Theotokos Orthodox Church.