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    • St. Andrews Presbyterian Church

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    • Late Gothic Revival style church built for St. Andrews Presbyterian congregation. Sunday School annex (1910-1911) given by William H. Sprunt (1857-1939). In 1944, congregation merged with Church of the Covenant at Fifteenth and Market streets....
    • Chestnut Street Presbyterian Church

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    • Carpenter Gothic and Italianate style building constructed in 1858 as mission chapel of First Presbyterian Church. From 1858 to 1866 known as Second Presbyterian Church. Purchased by the congregation of First Colored Presbyterian Church in 1866....
    • St. James Church

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    • Oldest house of worship in Wilmington, built for Episcopal parish established in 1729. First mature example of Gothic Revival style in North Carolina. Chancel altered and south transept added in 1885 from plans of New York architect, Henry C....
    • Church of the Good Shepherd

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    • English Gothic style church designed by Hobart Upjohn and George W. Conable, New York architects. Built for Episcopal parish established in 1907, replacing an 1892 mission chapel which was an outgrowth of the St. James Home. Church cornerstone laid...
    • Masonic Hall

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    • Third building constructed to house St.. Johns Lodge No. 1, A.F. & A.M. Until 1899 third floor used by several masonic lodges. Receptions held here for Henry Clay (1844), Daniel Webster (1847), and President James K. Polk (1849). Public Hall on...
    • St. Thomas The Apostle Church

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    • Gothic Revival style church built for second oldest Catholic parish in NC. Home church of Thomas F. Price (1860-1919), co-founder of Maryknoll Fathers. James Gibbons (1834-1921), first Vicar Apostolic of NC, began writing the book The Faith of Our...
    • Central Baptist Church

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    • Congregation formed in 1883 under the leadership of the Rev. L.T. Christmas who raised the funds to erect this building five years later. Much of the construction work was done by church members. It is the oldest African-American Baptist church...
    • St. Stephen A.M.E. Church

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    • Late Gothic Revival style church built for African Methodist Episcopal congregation organized in 1865. Contractor and church member Lewis Hollingsworth designed the building. Other congregants worked as master carpenters and masons. Notable...
    • St. Paul's Lutheran Church

    • churches, St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Gothic Revival, Lutheran churches
    • St. Paul's Lutheran Church, located at 603 Market Street, was built during 1859-1869. H. Vollers was the Architect, and James F. Post was the Supervising Architect. In 1907-1908 an addition was built by Joseph Schad. Gothic Revival style.
    • St. Thomas The Apostle Church

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    • Gothic Revival style church built for Roman Catholic parish established January 1, 1845. Home church of The Rev. Thomas F. Price (1860-1919), co-founder of the Maryknoll Fathers, a missionary order, and James Gibbons (1834-1921), first Vicar...
    • St. Marks Episcopal Churck

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    • This congregation, organized in 1869, was the first Episcopal Church consecrated by Bishop Atkinson for colored people in North Carolina, on June 18, 1875. The cornerstone was laid on March 23, 1871, and the edifice was completed under the...
    • St. Paul's Lutheran Church

    • churches, Lutheran churches, St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Gothic Revival Style
    • St. Paul's Lutheran Church, located at 603 Market Street, was built during 1859-1869. H. Vollers was the Architect, and James F. Post was the Supervising Architect. The 1907-08 addition was built by Joseph Schad. Gothic Revival style.
    • First Baptist Church

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    • Gothic Revival style church built for Baptist congregation organized in 1808. Construction began under pastorate of the Reverend John L. Prichard (1811-1862), who died during the Yellow Fever epidemic. The building was completed and dedicated five...
    • St. James Episcopal Church (Present)

    • churches, Episcopal churches, Wilmington
    • St. James Parish was established by the General Assembly of the Colony of Carolina in November, 1729. In 1741, the parish was divided, with St. James Parish on the East side of the Cape Fear River and St. Philip's on the West side. The construction...
    • South Front Street - 400 block.

    • S. Front Street
    • The west side of the 400 block of South Front Street (Block 99) contains from left the Thomas H. Smith House (No. 420), the Meares-Bridgers-Kerchner House(No. 416), the Forshee-Sprunt House (No. 410) and the Governor Dudley Mansion (No. 400). The...
    • Another Front View, First Presbyterian Church

    • churches, First Presbyterian Church, Third Street, Orange Street
    • The First Presbyterian Church has been plagued by at least three fires in its history. Dating from 1818, the first church was located in the 100 block of South Front Street between Dock and Orange streets. It burned in 1819 and another church was...

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