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The cornerstone for our beautiful blue stone church was laid in 1895.

Our Sanctuary, as you would see it  entering through the main doors on Main Street. Here, the organ console is moved forward for a recital; more usually, it is located in the back of the chancel.

And at the right time of the year, you might see this:

Our organ, after the 2018 expansion.

To the right is the new nave organ; the console is moved out for a recital.

Or, during one of our candle light services (CandleChant, Christmas Eve late service) you might find yourself in a setting similar to this (please note: the following pictures were taken prior to the organ expansion in 2018, and don't include the new nave organ which you would see in the front right of the sanctuary):

Many of the items you see in our sanctuary are gifts from generous, faithful parishioners. The stained glass windows represent a great variety of artistic styles - see Sanctuary Windows for more information, or learn more about our sanctuary's history.

Our Sanctuary

Our Sanctuary provides the holy space for our services and quiet prayer. 

We are also happy to host concerts in this space.


Our Sanctuary is accessible to motion-limited parishioners, guests and visitors.

Switch-activated doors are on Oak Street, right next to the church building.

A lift from the ground-level Gymnasium to the elevated  Hoyt Room and Sanctuary is available at the south end 

of the Gymnasium.

Accessible rest rooms are available off the Hoyt Room.

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