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The Morgan Model Collection

Promoting religious understanding through architecture

As an introduction to diverse religious communities and traditions by way of their respective architecture, Suzanne Morgan commissioned a collection of architectural models showing their interior and exterior features. Viewing these models in relation to one another shows the common and unique qualities among them.

If you are interested in sponsoring a model for the collection, please contact us.

Jane Perlman Sanctuary

Jane Perlman Sanctuary

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Jane Perlman Sanctuary

Assumption Greek Orthodox Church

Assumption Greek Orthodox Church

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Assumption Greek Orthodox Church

Holy Family Church

Holy Family Church

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Holy Family Church

St. Benedict the African Catholic Church

St. Benedict the African Catholic Church

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St. Benedict the African Catholic Church

Unity Temple

Unity Temple

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Unity Temple

The Sharing Sacred Spaces Initiative

A three-year process of interreligious community building, the Sharing Sacred Spaces program brings religious strangers into sustaining bonds of friendship that lead to authentic outreach projects and bring healing and peace to the larger community. 

The Architecture of Faith Lectures

A wide-ranging lecture series tracing the unique and shared spatial and architectural threads through the family of the worlds diverse religious and spiritual traditions.

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Ancient Traditions

a tour of sacred sites from the Hopewell tribe of the Americas to the pyramids of Egypt.

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Monotheistic Traditions

a journey from Zoroastrian roots to the emergence of the Abrahamic faiths of Judaism, Christianity and Islam

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Dharmic Traditions

an exploration of the spiritual dynamisms reflected in the religious architecture of Jainism, Hinduism, Buddhism and Sikhism.

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Contemporary Traditions

the encounter of religion and spirituality with modernity reflected in the architectural design of Protestant, Unitarian and Baha'i houses of worship.

Toronto Parliament of World’s Religions