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  early churches of New Jersey

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    Grace Methodist Episcopal
    North Plainfield, Somerset County

    

    An unusual combination of towers, dormers, portholes, and entrances grace this
    late century Methodist church. It is constructed of red brick and was erected in
    1892. The congregation was organized as a daughter church of the Methodist
    congregation in Plainfield in 1885. It is not known as the Covenant Methodist
    Church.

 

 

 

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