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Central Congregational
Central Congregational Church
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 Central Congregational Church

The Central Congregational Church not far from Fields Corner was designed by Albert West, a Dorchester resident in a local Gothic style derivative of All Saints'. The church was organized August 8, 1888, and is located at the corner of Waldeck and Tonawanda Streets. In 1930 the Pastor was Norman King. In March, 2003, the sign on the church was New Testament Pentecostal Church of God in Christ.

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 17, 2003