One of nearly three dozen churches built in Beaver Falls during the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, this neat, white frame church originally served a German Evangelical Protestant congregation. A steep gable defines its simple massing, and on the bracketed entry facade, a small dormered doorway is flanked by paired triangular-topped windows. Five bays of similar peaked windows line each side of the church, and are trimmed with narrow decorative bargeboards echoing the horizontal wood siding.
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First Congregational Church
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