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Woodbridge Methodist Episcopal Church
Woodbridge, Middlesex County

  

The Methodists organized a society by 1832 in Woodbridge and presumably met in homes, barns or schools during their earliest years.
By mid-century they probably erected their first church, and in 1870 this large red brick building was constructed. There are several Romanesque elements, but it would be a stretch to call this a Romanesque building. It is really a mixture of mid-century plans and details woth no dominant character.

 

 

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