Saint Michael Romanian Byzantine Catholic Church
The early members of this congregation immigrated from the regions of Satu Mare and Salaj in Transylvania, at the time a part of Hungary. The current building replaced the original wooden church that was built in 1908. It is constructed in the Romanesque Revival style, and has been carefully preserved including the interior iconostasis. This is a screen with beautifully painted icons, columns, arches and pediments that separates the chancel space from the congregation.