Brooklyn — St. Paul Congregational Church

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<h2 class="venue">St. Paul Congregational Church</h2>
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St. Paul Congregational Church - Brooklyn, N.Y. Sterling Place and New York Avenue<br> Brooklyn, N.Y. 11216<br> St. Paul&#39;s Congregational Church began as a mission of Central Congregational Church in 1905. At some point, the mission became independent. In 1937, the society merged with the mother church and the property was sold to an investor.
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<span class="sources"><h2 class="sources">Sources</h2> Reuben Midmer &amp; Son Advertisement, <em>The Living Church Annual.</em> Milwaukee: The Young Churchman Co., 1906.<br> &quot;Church Merger Favored,&quot; <em>The New York Times</em> (Mar. 30, 1937).<br> Illustration Brooklyn Public Library, Brooklyn Collection. Exterior (Dec. 1910).</span>
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ORGAN 2/2 -- Reuben Midmer & Son


Reuben Midmer & Son

Brooklyn, N.Y. (1906)
Electro-pneumatic action
2 manuals
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