Economies in church buildings are nearly always a necessity and today more and more churches are being built of concrete in modern designs because they can be built more cheaply. But many people object to them "because they do not look like churches." To solve this, an architect in Oklahoma City, designed a gabled type structure, with high peak folded plates rising 30 degrees to the gable, forming a rigid from out to the folded plates. For economy, strength an d smoothness of finish, the plates were cast in place, in series, by re-using one set of forms and supports. People who have seen the church report that it conveys the impression of the traditional religious adaptability and economy of modern concrete design.