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Bethany Presbyterian church
Trenton, Mercer County

Bethany Presbyterian is one of more than a dozen Presbyterian churches in the city built in the 19th century. It is located on Hamilton Avenue at Chestnut, property the organizers purchased sometime after 1886. The congregation met in a public school until this late Gothic Revival building was erected and dedicated in 1888. The architect was William A. Poland,

 

 

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