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Emmanuel German Presbyterian Church
Newark, Essex County



Yes, I know—this is really the lighthouse church in Newark's North Ward. When it was built by a German-speaking congregation in 1897, it was the Emmanuel German Presbyterian church. The tower and belfry are the most distinctive elements for this modest-sized frame building.

 

 

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