“I grew up there. I remember going to Sunday school before the new addition was added on…the classes were just up in balconies, and in any little corner spot. It was after the war and it was Geneva that brought all these members to the community. They came to work at Geneva, and they needed a church. That’s where they originally got the money to take off….it was one of the first non-LDS churches.I remember when it wasn’t in the present building it was just a little spanish architecture, and then they put on that big A frame addition, which I think is quite impressive, because from University Avenue you can see the cross at the altar inside the chapel.”