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First Parish Church, Brunswick

4.9
#11 of 14 in Things to do in Brunswick
Religious Site · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
The First Parish Church is a historic church at 207 Maine Street in Brunswick, Maine. Built in 1845 to a design by Richard Upjohn, it is a unique example of Gothic Revival architecture done in wood, as the church was built with vertical board-and-batten paneling. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1969. The congregation dates to 1717, and is affiliated with the United Church of Christ; the pastor is Rev. Mary Baard.
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  • This church is historic, beautiful and fulfilling its mission. Located on a small parcel of real estate at the local roundabout, we were escorted inside by the chief usher who clearly knew and took...  more »
  • LOVE this church, whether it's to sit in a pew formerly occupied by Harriet Beecher Stowe or to attend an organ concert or a Summer Bowdoin College Music Festival Event. Just a TRUE historical...  more »
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  • This church hits all the right notes. Inclusionary with great music, it is a much needed place to recharge and reflect. I can always take something away from the service to think about over the following week.
  • Great open church

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