One of the world's most spectacular religious structures, the $250,000 Chapel of the Holy Cross, just completed on the Arizona desert near the little town of Sedona. The site is among the richly eroded sandstone formations of Arizona's Oak Creek Canyon, adjacent to twin buttes which rise 300 feet above the valley floor and which are joined by a rocky spur to a 1,500 foot cliff beyond. Perfectly integrated into the site, the chapel seems to rest firmly between the twin buttes and at the same time to soar upward form them. The structure is 62 feet long and measures 26 feet across at its widest point, with the exterior side walls continuing back outside the structure. The dominant visual element is likewise the chapel's major load bearing structural element, a 900 foot high cross which extends down 30 feet below the main floor of the chapel in a cleft between the buttes.