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Bethany Baptist
Bethany Baptist Church
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 Bethany Baptist Church

Located at the corner of West Cottage and Judson Streets, theBethany Baptist Church was organized January 31, 1871. The 1889 Bromley atlas shows that the Bethany Baptist was located at the site of the later Immanuel Church at 191 Adams Street. It is unclear when it moved to West Cottage and Judson Streets. Bethany Baptist was designed in the Romanesque Revival style.

In 1930 its Pastor was Buel W. Maxfield


For more information, consult:

Dorchester Old and New, 1630-1930. Dorchester: Chapple Publishing Company for the Dorchester, Massachusetts, Tercentenary Committee, 1930.

Shand Tucci, Douglass. The Gothic Churches of Dorchester. Issued by the Dorchester Savings Bank. Boston: Tribune Publishing Company, 1972.

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Created: September 28, 2003   Modified: December 19, 2003