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Nice church

Older church, the walls look like they have different levels of plaster moulding on the walls and... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
sewbrick2
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Pawcatuck, Connecticut
Worth a visit!!!

We went to the farmer's market here and stopped into the church to take a peek. We left an hour... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
NieSam
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Maine
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3 weeks ago
“Nice church”
4 weeks ago
“Worth a visit!!!”
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The 150-foot steeple makes this church the tallest structure in town.
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Older church, the walls look like they have different levels of plaster moulding on the walls and ceiling BUT it is all one level plane that is painted 3 dimentional to give that look. And it is the original paint job.

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We went to the farmer's market here and stopped into the church to take a peek. We left an hour later, richer for the experience! Our docent, John Arnold, was outstanding! He was incredibly knowledgeable and clearly is passionate about the church, its history, and...More

Thank NieSam
Reviewed July 15, 2018 via mobile

I just took a photo with the cloud behind.the church is impressive from the outside. We are planning to go inside tomorrow. Enjoy.

Thank bs8441
Reviewed January 22, 2018

Inside and out the church is beautiful. And it's location is terrific - surrounded by shops and restaurants, down the road from Joe's Diner, a wonderful authentic 1950s eatery. Along the way is Chez Nous, one of my four favorite restaurants in the Berkshires.

Thank sabby54
Reviewed September 18, 2017

The church is well worth stopping to see and getting a photograph. We were there over Founder's Day weekend, and were able to walk inside to see the beautiful worship center. The tromp loi painting is fabulous to see. It really looks like the ceiling...More

Thank maawandoon
Reviewed June 29, 2017

It is a beautiful church. It is like the church photo you see on a calendar. Inside it has a painted interior that is rather historic. I think in a Greek style. The people were nice on Sunday, but there were not many of them.

Thank akdave
Reviewed February 21, 2017

Saw this church lit up at night on our way to check into our hotel in Lee. Went back the next day to grab a little history. So pretty and with the bright blue sky, this makes for amazing pictures.

Thank PG A
Reviewed September 20, 2016

Exactly what I would imagine when I think of a historic protestant church. The tallest wooden frame steeple in New England, measuring 195' from ground to tip. The sanctuary is painted in the "trompe l'oeil" style (trick of the eye) to look like frescos in...More

Thank debbiescott2016
Reviewed May 10, 2015

We stopped in at Lee Congregational church on Easter Sunday because we had heard it was open to all and affirming. We were pleasantly greeted by some of the friendliest locals whose minister gave a very inspiring thoughtful sermon. We liked his personal story and...More

4  Thank Laurie C
Reviewed April 15, 2015

Please visit the Divine Mercy Shrine on Divine Mercy weekend for spiritual renewal. Many blessings attending the Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament, Divine Mercy Solemn Liturgy and Solemn Celebration of the "Hour of Great Mercy". With confessions you receive Special Indulgences.

Thank RLmLgr
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