Standing at the corner of Phoenix Road and Pearl Street is a stately Victorian castle-like building of Indiana sandstone capped by a bell tower of carved oak. Two large windows of Austrian stained glass let the east and west sunlight shine onto the carved oak latticework of the interior lecture room. Two hand-made fireplaces surrounded by painted tiles set off the 20-foot ceilings and bring a touch of warmth into an otherwise very stentorian building.