Showing posts with label Churches of New Jersey. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Churches of New Jersey. Show all posts

Belvidere Town Square and The Shoe Tree Oak

Tuesday, November 18, 2014 / 34 comments
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The Cummins Home, Belvidere, NJ

Last week, I showed you the county courthouse and war memorial in Belvidere, New Jersey. 

Belvidere considers itself “the best kept secret in New Jersey”. No more! It is a lovely town with more Victorians per square mile than any other in New Jersey. 

The First Presbyterian Church of Oxford at Hazen

Sunday, November 9, 2014 / 2 comments
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The First Presbyterian Church of Oxford at Hazen is located in the the historic Hazen section of White Township, just outside of Belvidere. It is a small country church sitting on a knoll.

A Walk Through Branch Brook Park in Newark

Tuesday, May 6, 2014 / 24 comments
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Branch Brook Park in Newark, New Jersey is beautiful. Not only does it have more than 4000 cherry trees, but many other points of interest. 

The Chapel At Allaire Village

Tuesday, June 11, 2013 / 13 comments
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Allaire Village is a historic bog iron town located in Allaire State Park in Monmouth County, New Jersey. James P. Allaire created the village to house his workers at Howell Iron works from the 1860’s to the 1840’s.

Presbyterian Church on the Green, Morristown

Sunday, May 22, 2011 / Leave a Comment

Read more about this church here.

Read about another Morristown church here.

Read my other posts about Morristown here.

Morristown United Methodist Church

Sunday, May 15, 2011 / 1 comment

I think churches are some of the most fascinating buildings in any town, partially because they tend to be the oldest buildings. You rarely see churches torn down. They also tend to be lovingly maintained, and since they are old, the architecture of the buildings is very interesting.
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