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St. Andrew’s Church, Endicott

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400 West Wendell Street, Endicott, NY 13760

Website: https://standrewsendicott.com/

Date of Construction: 1923

Style: Tudor Revival

Architect / Builder: Unknown


A plaque in the nave states, “This church is the gift of the people’s friend George F. Johnson MCMXXIII.” It was originally built for the Methodist Episcopal Congregation in 1923. The front facade exterior is of Tudor style with two towers. Present congregation moved here from Vestal in 2013. Five stones in the church yard commemorate members of the Methodist Episcopal Church who lost their lives in World War II.

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