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Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church
Trenton, Mercer County



Now the Friendship Baptist church on Perry Street, Trinity was founded in 1865 as the result of a split over slavery among members of the Front Street Methodist Episcopal church. This building was erected in 1869. An interesting urban adaptation of a meetinghouse plan with Romanesque Revival details (the arcading under the cornice and the rounded arches as a repeating theme), it was renovated in 1920.

 

 

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