This walk will illuminate many of the architectural similarities and differences between the neighboring houses of worship. St. Martins, an Episcopal congregation, built its second home in 1917 in a Gothic Revival style. Temple Beth-El, which belongs to Judaism’s Reform movement, built its third home in 1954 in a modern style. United in their devotion to faith, peace, justice, and kindness, the congregations have enjoyed a long tradition of mutual respect and friendship. Far more than coincidence has allowed the congregations to flourish within Roger Williams’ Providence.