North Congregational Church: Saint Johnsbury, Vermont

Picture of the North Congregational Church in Saint Johnsbury, Vermont.

As part of our Building History series, we take a look at the North Congregational Church in St. Johnsbury, Vermont.

“[The] North Congregational Church was built by Lambert Packard in Early English Gothic style.  It is faced with Isle LaMotte limestone, which comes from Lake Champlain, Vermont.  The interior has rich windows, cherry woodwork, stately organ and elaborate pulpit furniture.  This building replaced the church that the design of South Congregational Church replicates.  There is a little irony in the foundation that supports the large tower: they were originally the stones from the county jail in Danville [Vermont]”

Source: Discover St. Johnsbury, Vermont

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