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Central Presbyterian Church
Newark, Essex County
Central Presbyterian Church, organized in 1837, sits on Clinton Avenue.
It was erected in 1894, although portions of it, built of red brick,
appear to be older. This is a very large church, designed to hold a
number of functions and activities.