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St. John's Protestant Episcopal Church is a historic church located in Stamford, Connecticut. The church building was built in 1869 by William Potter and Richard M. Upjohn, featuring a mix of architectural styles such as Late Gothic Revival, Queen Anne and Gothic. The church was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1987.
Nestled in the heart of downtown Stamford, the St. Andrew's Episcopal church is an Anglo-Catholic parish. The church is a beauty and follows the tradition of conducting the worships in the traditional language. With soothing music and liturgy, the church reflects the beauty of the traditions of Anglican and Catholics. The church welcomes the people to come and visit this place and enjoy the beauty of it.
The Unitarian Universalist Society in Stamford is a historic church building established in 1870. Built with a mix of English Country Gothic and Gothic styles, it was designed by Gage and Inslee. Despite of belonging to the 19th century, the church still continues to be in service. For mass timings and event details please check the church's website.
Church of the Holy Name is a beautiful church located at the intersection of Washington Boulevard and Pulaski Street. Established in the 19th Century it continues to function till date. The grand architecture of the church is inspired from many styles like Late Victorian and Neo-Romanesque. Regular masses are conducted by the church as per schedule. The church also has events, which mainly includes their annual harvest festival.
Famous as 'Fish Church', First Presbyterian Church of Stamford has seen multiple changes since it was first established in the late 19th-Century. However, its Modern architecture continues to leave visitors and congregation members spellbound with stunning stained glass interiors and a 56-bell carillon.