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  early churches of New Jersey

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Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church
Newark, Essex County

   

Trinity Methodist, at Warren Street near Sussex, was built in 1858. The style might be called "vernacular" because it borrows very loosely from several architectural traditions but is faithful to none.
     It now houses the Trinity Union AME.

 

 

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