This church building with built in 1878, at the time it was noted, “on the corner of Federal and Pearl Streets,” later named Jordan Avenue. Previous to that time the Universalist's had built a building on this site. It was taken over by the Unitarians in 1847 and moved to another area, possibly either Pennelville or Mere Point. Later it was sold to the Granger's and moved back into town where it was an apartment house on the corner of Union Street and Gilman Avenue.
The first moment of one day in the world, in the place where every day begins.
Is a picture really worth a thousand words? This photo was worth a LOT more than that! Since August of 2015 I have used this photo you see here as my phone wallpaper, my background screen, and a variety of our places so that I can see it often.