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St. John's Episcopal Church
Englewood, Bergen County

This small but rather stylish Episcopal church now houses an advertising agency (an exceptional one, in fact, known for their superb graphics; one I have worked with often in the past). It stands on Grand Street, just a few blocks south of the large Episcopal church in Englewood. The open-timbered entry is characteristic of Episcopal architecture, and the triple window is common as well. The tiny belfry, however, speaks of the lack of pretension of the congregation.




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