As well as the baser concerns of work, travel and employment, the spiritual concerns of life were tended to in Metro-Land. Most churches built in this era tended towards a polite recreation of the standard village church, but others took a more daring approach. Two of the best examples of this modernist spirit are only a mile and a half apart, NFC Cachemaille-Day’s St. Paul Parish Church, South Harrow and AW Kenyon’s St.Alban in North Harrow. Whereas Cachemaille-Day’s church takes more proto-Brutalist approach. Kenyon’s church uses a restrained modern Scandinavian design. It was in the post war era that the Metro-Land area became a real hotspot for modernist church buildings with areas such as Northolt, Ruislip and Hanwell all boasting fine examples of the period.