This chapter begins with a brief contextualising account of the history of the presence of diverse faith communities on Number 5 Road. It explores Number 5 Road, as a distinctive landscape of spirituality manifest in the seemingly mundane, ordinary and functional spaces of edge-city North American suburbia. The chapter uses the idea of 'performative presencing' in an exploration of both how the new worship spaces along Number 5 Road become sacred places and how the road itself becomes a spiritual landscape. It focuses on how the different faith communities are engaged in creating meaningful sacred space in the suburban edge-city. The chapter also explores the wider geographies of Number 5 Road, suggesting ways in which spatialities and temporalities are unsettled by the faithful in the making of a distinctive 'spiritual' landscape through the performative presencing of the divine in the ordinary everyday spaces of the edge-city.