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Church of the Epiphany
Epiphany Church
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 Epiphany Church or Church of the Epiphany (Episcopal?)

This Episcopal mission at Norfolk and Stanton Streets was organized in 1906. Its stone building was designed by Frank Bourne in 1914. In 2003 a drive-by indicated that this building is now used by the Mt. Olive Temple of Christ - all denominations.

In 1930 its Minister was Reginal Pearce.

Source:

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

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

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