List of Churches in Brooklyn 1876 Part V


Church of the Saviour, Pierrepont, n. Monroe place; Rev. Alfred P. Putnam

New Chapel, Clinton, cor. Congress; Rev. J. W. Chadwick.

Third, Classon av., cor. Lefferts; Rev. S. H. Camp.


Centenary Chapel, Nostrand avenue, near DeKalb.

Our Father, Church of, Clermont av., n. Atlantic av. ; Rev. H. R. Ney.

Reconciliation, Noble street, near Franklin street.

All Souls' Church, Fourth, cor. S. Third st. (E. D;) Rev. A. Gunnison.


All Souls, Episcopal, Pierrepont, cor. Clinton st. ; Rev. George B. Porteous.

Our Mission, 416 Adelphi street.

Brooklyn Society of New Jerusalem, Monroe place, cor. Clark street; Rev. J. C.Ager.

Church of the Incarnation, 266 Cumberland; Rev. W. H. Reid.

Church of the People, State, n. Hoyt street; Rev. Hugh Pentecost.

Columbia Mission, Columbia, n. Summit; Rev. Joseph West.

English Evangelical, Clinton, n. Fulton; Rev. T. B. Richard.

Free Methodist, Third avenue, cor. Twenty-first street; Rev. Mr. Gould.

Friends' Meeting-house (Orthodox), Washington av., cor. Lafayette av.

German Evangelical, Schermerhorn, n. Court street.

Seaman's Friend Society, President, n. Hamilton avenue; Rev. E. O. Bates.

Tabernacle Free College, Schermerhorn, n. Nevins.

The Gospel, Lincoln pl., n. Sixth avenue; Rev. Joseph B. Cleaver.

Union Chapel, 106 N. Third street (E. D.); Rev. Wm. H. Johnson.

Union Methodist Mission, 257 Grand street (E. D.)

United Brethren (Protestant Episcopal Moravian), Jay, n. Myrtle avenue; Rev. Mr. Schultz.

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Article Name: List of Churches in Brooklyn 1876  Part V
Researcher/Transcriber Miriam Medina


BIBLIOGRAPHY: New York As It Was and As It Is; Giving An Account of the City From Its Settlement to the Present Time: Compiled by John Disturnell, published by D. Van Nostrand-New York 1876.
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