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Plymouth Congregational Church, Syracuse

Plymouth Congregational Church, Syracuse

Plymouth Congregational Church was built between 1858 and 1859, and the dedication service was held in August 1859. Its 3,000-pipe Moller organ was installed in 1930. That same year a new wing, several offices, and educational facilities were added to the church. In 1948 Plymouth Congregational Church merged with Good Will Church. The church was listed on the National Registry of Historic Structures in 1997, enabling it to obtain a grant for necessary repairs. Some of the stained glass windows are currently being restored.

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Sight Name: Plymouth Congregational Church
Sight Location: Syracuse, USA
Sight Type: Religious
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