Finnish modern church buildings appeal to the visitor with their minimalist character. The essential strength of their architecture lies in the presence of light and nature. The buildings and their interiors are attuned to the passing of each day and the change of seasons. Sacral Space beckons the reader to step into twelve churches and chapels, each one of which represents Finnish church architecture at its best: Resurrection Chapel by Erik Bryggman, Otaniemi Chapel by Kaija ja Heikki Siren, The Chruch of the Three Crosses by Alvar Aalto, Vatiala Chapel by Viljo Revell, Hyvinkää Church by Aarno Ruusuvuori, Kaleva Church by Raili and Reima Pietilä, Temppeliaukio Church by Timo and Tuomo Suomalainen, The Chapel of the Holy Cross by Pekka Pitkänen, Olari Church by Käpy and Simo Paavilainen, Kauniainen Church by Kristian Gullichsen, St. Johns¿s Church Männistö by Juha Leiviskä and St. Henry¿s Ecumenical Chapel by Matti Sanaksenaho. Jari Jetsonen¿s photographs, the architects¿ drawings, photographs taken during the construction, architect Sirkkaliisa Jetsonen¿s texts and professor Fred Thompson¿s accompanying article bring out the uniqueness and history of each church building and also tell something essential about the nature of Finnish sacral architecture.