Built in the early 1930s, this cruciform-shaped sanctuary is a fine example of Spanish Colonial Revival style architecture, with features that embellished early mission churches. Stained glass windows depict virtues of military character, and a large wall mural by Victor Arnautoff (famed Coit Tower muralist) depicts the peacetime activities of the Army.
Fisher Loop, Building 130
Nearest Transit: Civic Center/UN Plaza
+1 415 561-3930
Post Interfaith Chapel and Nearby Attractions on Map
Fort Point National Historic Site(1.8 km)
From its vantage point overlooking the spectacular Golden Gate, Fort Point protected San Francisco harbor from Confederate and foreign attack during and after the U.
Wave Organ(2.2 km)
Designed by George Gonzales and Peter Richards in 1986, the Wave Organ is a system of PVC pipes that harness the power of the ocean to create music, or at least what can be interpreted as music! There is a unique space at the end of a spit of land where you can sit and enjoy the sounds, and even if it's not your kind of music, there are some excellent views and it's also a great place to relax and have a picnic.
Golden Gate Yacht Club(1.9 km)
Founded in 1939, this club is both a popular destination for pleasure cruises and for competitive regatta racing.
St Francis Yacht Club(1.6 km)
Founded in 1927, this club has over 2,400 members and is also popular as both a cruise and regatta venue.
Alta Plaza Park(2.3 km)
A charming and immaculately manicured Pacific Heights park with great vistas over the Bay.
Battery Chamberlin(2 km)
Battery Chamberlin, built near Baker Beach in 1904, was constructed as part of a modernization effort to accommodate the lighter, stronger, more powerful coastal defense weapons developed in the 1880s.
Walt Disney Family Museum(0.3 km)
Opened in 2009, this museum focuses on the life of Walt Disney and his accomplishments.
Battery East(1.3 km)
This fortification was built in the 1870s, to withstand newer and heavier ordinance.
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