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Unitarian Universalist Society of Oneonta

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12 Ford Avenue
Oneonta NY 13820
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Website: http://www.uuso.org

Date of Construction: 1894

Style: Gothic Revival, Queen Anne, and Romanesque Revival

Architect / Builder: Lyman Blend


Chapin Memorial, named after the Universalist Rev. Edwin Hubbel Chapin (1814-1880), is on the NYS and National Registers of Historic Places. It is across the street from the Wilber Mansion, also on both Registers. These two sites are in the block between the Oneonta Downtown Historic District and the Walnut Street Historic District.

The church’s sanctuary has its original stained glass windows, as well as two new windows (2022) by artist Fabio Pizzol, dedicated to the memory of congregant Alice Siegfried.

The congregation’s Music Director will play the piano at 3:00 PM.

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