I don’t know what to call this church but it is across the street from Swede Town Park so I’ll call it that while I try to research it. All I can find so far is that in 2017 a man being chased by police barricaded himself inside it and got stuck and called the police for help.
It looks very cool and historic and I’ll be looking for info.
… bounded on the north by South Temple St. (or the 16th and 34th wards), east by 4th West St. (or the 14th Ward), south by 3rd South St. (or the 6th-7th and 25th wards), and west by the Jordan River (or the 32nd Ward).
When first organized, the 15th Ward extended from South Temple to 3rd South streets and from 2nd to 5th West streets
1849, February 22 – one of the nineteen original wards organized 1898 – 24th Ward took that part lying west of 6th West St. 1904 – Boundaries of the 15th Ward were extended to 4th West St. At the same time the 24th Ward was discontinued and the limits of the 15th Ward extended to the river, as at present.
The 15th ward is one of the original 19 wards in Salt Lake City in 1849, you can see the others on this page.
This Synagogue was constructed in 1903 at a cost of $9,000, and was one of only 4 synagogues built in Utah during the 19th and early 20th centuries. It was designed by prominent Utah architect Carl Neuhausen. The building’s exotic style results from an eclectic mix of architectural elements, including Byzantine columns at the entry, Moorish arches in the towers, onion-shaped domes, and round-arched windows throughout. The Congregation Montefiore was established in 1895 by a conservative group within Salt Lake City’s Jewish community. This Synagogue served as its home for over 70 years. The building was purchased in the fall of 1987 by Metro-Fellowship, a Christian Church affiliated with Assemblies of God, and renovated by volunteers under the direction of Pastors James Schaedler and Jack Perry.
For other Historic Churches in Salt Lake City visit this page.