I visited this church because I was stranded in the Nor'Easter and was staying in the hotel across the street from the church. I popped in on Sunday morning for service and slid into a pew. The wood work inside is gorgeous and the pastor's message was wonderful. I didn't know before her sermon that the pew in front of me was where Harriet Beecher Stowe was inspired to write Uncle Tom's Cabin at a Communion service. I was warmly welcomed by congregants and invited for coffee afterward. There is a brochure you can pick up after the service that is a self-guided tour of the church. Stop in for a visit if you're in town.
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