Sunday, May 11, 2008

Sunday is for Church

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The First Presbyterian Church, built in 1960 for $500,000 was designed by Boston architect Edward Melville Bridge, a former professor of architecture at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. This Classic Revival style church, with a sanctuary large enough to accommodate 320 worshippers, is sited on the rise of Penn's Hill at 270 Franklin Street, just up the street from the birthplaces of John and John Quincy Adams.

2 comments:

Destitute Rebel said...

I love churches in red brick, this is a wonderful building. For some reason Church officials all over Pakistan have have started painting their wonderful centuries old churches in awful colors and its just an eyesore.

• Eliane • said...

One of these days, you will have to tell us how many churches you have identified. I am just stunned at the quantity. It's really amazing.