Margaret R. Grundy Memorial Library Archives

[Presbyterian Church of Our Savior]


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The Presbyterian Church of Our Savior. Twentieth-century Italian immigration brought a need for Protestant Italians to have a place to worship. Starting as summer services in 1907-1909, the Presbyterian church of our Savior was dedicated in 1910 at Wood Street and Lincoln Avenue. Services were conducted in Italian. In 1966, Presbyterian authorities dissolved the church, encouraging the congregation to join with the Bristol Presbyterian Church on Radcliffe Street. This picture was taken post-1966. The building was used by a non-religious organization until fire gutted the structure and the remainder of the structure was demolished. A house was erected on this site.




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