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St. Andrew’s


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St. Andrew’s is a Presbyterian church made from brick and wood which was built in 1831. It was designed by James Cooper in cooperation with John Edward Clyde and Saxton Burr who were carpenters and joiners.

The church has 6 Pantheon-like columns situated near the 3 entrances of the church. The church’s interior is pristinely white and natural light effortlessly fills the entirety of the church. The pulpit is made from a dark rich wood which complements the lighter elements and aspects of the church.


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