Sunday, April 20, 2008

Sunday is For Church

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Pictured here is one of the earliest church buildings in Quincy. When first constructed in 1832, the First Universalist Church was a simple Greek Revival structure built on the corner of Elm and Washington Streets in the Quincy Point neighborhood for a sum of $5003.01. The church had numerous regular and supply ministers including Reverend Fannie Austin, who was resident pastor from 1911 to 1913 and believed to be the only woman pastor of a Quincy church, until the late 20th century. The church now belongs to the Assembly of God religious sect and is called Glad Tidings Church.


Champ Townboy said...

Nice looking church, and your research is great, as always! Thanks.

The Lone Beader said...

I am praying today - praying that I make it Prague safely! See you in 3 weeks. :D

slim said...

Happy trails,lone beader. Prague will be in full bloom and absolutely gorgeous right now.

It's nice having a reader of the research, George. Thanks.

D.C. Confidential said...

Nice church! And excellent information, as always!

• Eliane • said...

I am just always amazed at the number of churches in your area.

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