|Address:||365 Westmount Drive|
|Architects:||Macleod and Berman|
Built as the home of the Windsor Park Church of Christ, 365 Westmount Drive was not constructed, in the phrasing of period accounts, "in the conventional church style, but it stands out in the area of Cottonwood Road at the junction of Westmount Drive, where it is located, as an attractive building." The church opened its doors on 8 September 1963. Designed by architects Macleod and Berman, the church's modernist approach – largely defined by the use of slightly patterned red brick – is lent verve through the use of such details as curving corners and a swooping, projecting plane along its east side. This plane has, over time, been reclad in vinyl siding.