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First United Church of Christ

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Identification

First United Church of Christ
First Reformed Church, German Evangelical Lutheran and Reformed Congregational Church
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Structure in General

church
existing [completed]
neo-classicism

Usages

church

Facts

  • The nave of the First Reformed Church was built in 1775-76. It served as a hospital during the Revolutionary War. In 1777 it was also the site of a series of peace treaty negotiations with Native Americans.
  • Thomas U. Walter was architect of an extensive 1832 remodeling which included the steeple, brick portions on the north end, frescos, and stained glass windows.
  • The steeple was built by Philip Mixsell. Designed in the Federal style, it consists of a tall square belfry tower surmounted by a slender steeple. It remains the tallest structure in downtown Easton.

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Location

27-29 North 3rd Street
235 Church Street
27 North 3rd Street
18042
Easton
Pennsylvania
U.S.A.

Technical Data

175.00 ft
175.00 ft
1775
1776
1832

Involved Companies

Thomas U. Walter

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