The authoritative source on
  early churches of New Jersey

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We've created a database and photographic inventory on more than half the 18th & 19th century churches in the state and add to it each month. We welcome and solicit all contributions and suggestions from our visitors.

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North Dutch Reformed Church
Newark, Essex County

 

The variegated sandstone of the spire against the pink stone of the former Mutual Benefit Life building is one of the best views in Newark for the photographer. William Kirk was the architect for this fine Gothic Revival building, erected in 1858. Kirk also designed several other Reformed churches in the city, but none so fine as this. The congregation was organized in ____.

 

 

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