First built in 1893 as a Baptist church then in 1938 sold to the Pentecostals, the Calvary Temple grew with a new structure next door while the original Baptist church was used for youth groups and educational sessions. In 1984 the original was demolished for an even larger educational building, leaving only the bell tower, which is now a designated historic site.
note the two different towers -
the spires are galvanized metal and not only are they different in height, but one is French styled and the other is more Russian styled.
and, as you can guess by the name, it was an Irish church!