Plymouth Congregational Church


in Coconut Grove

This 1917 coral church is striking, from its solid masonry to a hand-carved door from a Pyrenees monastery, which looks like it should be kicked in by Antonio Banderas carrying a guitar case full of explosives and Salma Hayek on his arm. Architecturally this is one of the finest Spanish Mission–style churches in a city that does not lack for examples of the genre.

The church opens rarely, though all are welcome at the organ- and choir-led 10am Sunday service.