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Orange, Essex County
is a really handsome building, erected late in the nineteenth century
I assume, and now home to the Bible Way congregation. It may have
been a club or a parish house rather than a church, but the dual
entrances and the large churchy-type window suggests it was built
for religious purposes. It is located on North Essex Street, just
a block off Main.