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  early churches of New Jersey

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Swedish Trinity Lutheran Church
Dover, Morris County

 

The congregation was organized about 1872 as the Swedish Trinity Lutheran church, one of four Swedish congregations in the city. Although the building was greatly altered in 1984, one can still see the outline of the 1894 structure—a tall, narrow meetinghouse, lacking the aisles and the small “chancel” we see from Blackwell Street.

 

 

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