Roxbury Presbyterian Church
Roxbury Presbyterian Church is a historic Presbyterian church at 328 Warren Street in Boston, Massachusetts. The Gothic church building was designed by John C. Spofford and built in 1891 for a congregation organized in 1881. Built of Roxbury pudding stone, it has asymmetrical massing partitioned into polygonal sections. The tower at the northwest corner starts on a square base, rising with differently-shaped sections to a pyramidal roof. Half of the building’s original construction cost was paid for by the Gilchrist brothers, owners of the locally prominent Gilchrist Department Store.
|Steven Has been a Member since: April 8, 2018|
Steven Is currently a Member of the Roxbury Presbyterian church Media Ministry
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|Architect||Spofford, John C.; Swanson, William|
|Architectural style||Gothic, Queen Anne|
|NRHP reference No.||89002125|
|Added to NRHP||March 15, 1991|
She had been “transitional leader” since 2011.
Roxbury Presbyterian church will be Celebrating its 134rd Anniversary in Sept 2020
Updated by: Steven Provost on July 26 2020
Walking time:Washington Park Mall (2 min accross street)