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Central United Methodist Church, Endicott

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17 Nanticoke Ave, Endicott, NY 13760

Website: http://www.centralumcendicott.org

Date of Construction: 1900-1949

Style: Gothic Revival

Architect / Builder: Lester A. Kaley


Structure is of red brick in the Gothic and Old English styles with a tower of Battlement style on the South Side. In 1927, Lester A. Kaley designed the Gothic style sanctuary presently used for worship. The Gethsemane Memorial window is in the back of the Chancel. A historic quilt believed to be made in the 1920’s in on display.

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