This is probably the smallest pocket park on this blog (so far). It's the Bike Church, built to honor bicyclists — mostly ones killed in traffic accidents.
Only a few people can fit inside. (If you feel like kneeling, there's nowhere except on the floor…)
The photos above are from 2010. Since then, the church is now on a concrete pad with other park-like features around it. Here's the area on September 28th. A path from the north side:
A little garden, bike rack, bench, an an area covered with brick:
Now the church is sitting on a platform instead of on the ground. Here's the view from the entrance:
This shows a bicycle along the wall with shadows from sun shining through the stained glass:
Location: North of downtown on Granada, just south of the railroad tracks.
Parking: A parking lot behind the church or along Davis Street.
Hours: There are a couple of streetlights in the area, but you'll probably want to come while it's sunny so you can see the stained glass.