Immaculate Conception Church, Sacramento

The 1916 Romanesque Revivalist structure has stood witness to many changes along Broadway Street in its century-plus history. The building is an oasis shaded by tall white-barked sycamores and spectacular Mexican Fan Palm trees and Canary Island Date Palms. The unique robins-egg-blue and white colors of the exterior walls are highlighted by a brick entry portal with a rounded archway bearing the inscription, “Immaculate Conception”. Inside one will find a mix of old and new with historic statues of angels overlooking the nave and a more modern sanctuary. There are seven magnificent richly colored stained-glass windows filtering light into the church – of special significance are two windows of The Immaculate Conception.