127 Twelfth Avenue
St. John's Episcopal Cathedral
St. John's Episcopal Cathedral at 127 Twelfth Avenue commands the escarpment south of the downtown area of Spokane. Its spires and carillon bells are beacons to the Christian community throughout the city.
"Notice the large rose window over the west entrance as it changes colors with the varying light of day."(See photo below.) (Reference.)
"It is rare indeed for a city the size of Spokane to have a carillon at all, much less one as fine as this. The carillon in the tower of Washington National Cathedral, also cast and installed by Taylor and Sons, has only four more bells, 53 instead of 49." (See Link.)
Reference: Spokane's Historic Architecture, 1977.