Canberra City Uniting Church modern church was opened in 1988 on the site of the old Uniting Church. The 19th century stained-glass windows came from a demolished church in England. The steel tubular spire is 36 meters (118 feet) high. The Tongan community, who worship at the City Church, have donated a large cloth, which is displayed on the wall. The church is set in a plaza, known as Pilgrim Place, where nearby office workers and shoppers find it easily accessible for meditation. Check website for information on service hours.