Churches of Oakland
on June 7, 2009
Oakland North joined one of the city’s walking tours to learn about the history of some of the oldest (and newest) churches in the area, including the Cathedral of Christ the Light, First Congregational United, St. Paul’s, Temple Sinai (a synagogue) and the First Presbyterian Church. Oakland’s historical walking tours are offered every Wednesday and Saturday morning at 10:00 a.m. from May till October. Click on the slide show below to see some of the highlights.
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