|Grace Lutheran Church, erected 1926 to 1928, is an exquisite stone church building constructed as a response to the national church movement in Washington. Designed by noted ecclesiastical architect, John William Cresswell Corbusier (1877-1928) of Corbusier & Lenski, Architects, the church is a superb example of the neo-Gothic style with a high degree of quality of craftsmanship, materials and details. Grace Lutheran Church meets Criteria A and C with Religion and Architecture as its Areas of Significance. The church meets Criterion A for the manner in which it illuminates the Lutheran denomination's response to the national church movement, and it meets Criterion C as an excellent example of Corbusier's work and as a fine example of the neo-Gothic architectural style. The Period of Significance for Grace Lutheran Church extends from 1926 to 1956, covering the period of construction of the church until completion of the parish house. Grace Lutheran Church qualifies under Criteria Consideration A, as a religious institution that derives its primary significance from its architecture and religious history.