Massachusetts is practically lousy with gorgeous chapels. The white steeples of colonial-era churches, beautiful temples and newer faith centers serve as community gathering points and architectural treasures in almost every Massachusetts town.

There is one chapel, however, that stands out among the rest. The MIT Chapel is one of the most striking churches in the state, and is considered one of the most important examples of mid-century modern architecture in the nation.

The chapel is also non-denominational, which means that people of all faiths are welcome to worship, pray or simply sit and reflect in this beautiful building.

Have you visited the MIT chapel? What did you think? Let us know!

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