Built from 1913 to 1915, the Heber 2nd Ward Chapel is mostly unchanged from when it was originally built (notice the perfectly placed electricity pole in the first photo, which blocks one side of the tower):
(Image Source: Church History Library)
In the 1960s, the church was sold to the Catholic church, and it's still in use today.
There are some beautiful stained glass windows on this building that I will be highlighting. The windows on the north side (left side, in this picture) of the building, including the largest one, were made by the LDS Church when (or shortly after) the chapel was built. The blue windows on the east and west sides were installed by the Catholic Church after they purchased the building.