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Broad Street Methodist Episcopal Church
Trenton, Mercer County

In 1872 Methodists built another church a mile or so south of the First Methodist church. Following a convention of the time, they called it the Broad Street ME church, and they enlarged in in 1888. Today it has been stuccoed (it was, presumably, a red brick building) and painted yellow, but clearly remains recognizably a church. It is now occupied by the Pentecostal Assembly of God.

 

 

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