The Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church was bombed during WW2 but has been left standing and partially repaired. The building next door is the new church, built in a more modern style and filled with tiny panes of stained glass. From the outside the new church looks unremarkable but inside is the most spectacular space for worship, filled with blue light from the tiny panes of stained glass (➡️ photo 3). The interior is very simple and intended to (literally) put Jesus at the centre of every service. The beautiful paintings and decor inside the older church have been left as intact as possible (➡️ photo 2) and the church is now a symbol of peace and unity, with close links to Coventry Cathedral in the UK as well as a church in Russia, with a mission to promote peace and understanding. This was one of the most moving places we visited in Berlin - there were various archive items inside including the Madonna of Stalingrad, the history of the church itself and how its pastor had been an anti-Nazi activist, and a letter from a congregant who had found the ability to finally forgive their relative's wartime death and found peace and healng after visiting Germany and attending a concert at the church.