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Unitarian Church of Staten Island

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312 Filmore Street, Staten Island, NY 10301

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Website: http://unitarianchurchofstatenisland.org/

Date of Construction: 1895

Style: Art & Crafts

Architect / Builder: Frank H. Quimby


Join Andrew Thomas of the New York Landmarks Conservancy for a guided tour of the Unitarian Church of Staten Island on Saturday, May 18th at 1pm. This tour offers a detailed view of this small church and the outsized impact it has had on Staten Island, New York, and the United States.

The Unitarian Universalist Church of Staten Island is an eclectic Queen Anne church built in 1895 and designed by young upstart architect Frank H. Quimby. The congregation has been meeting since 1851, and its politically-active members were instrumental in the Abolitionist movement, underground railroad, and reform movements of the 19th and 20th century.

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