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LOVE this church, whether it's to sit in a pew formerly occupied by Harriet Beecher Stowe or to attend an organ concert or a Summer Bowdoin College Music Festival Event. Just a TRUE historical landmark which displays Maine-pride and caring.
This is a landmark in Brunswick and the house of worship for several of America's literary leaders like Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Nathaniel Hawthorne and Harriet Beecher Stowe. The church sanctuary and easily identifiable tower steeple are community treasures, located adjacent to the historic Bowdoin College.
I visited this church to hear the Oratorio Chorale and was not disappointed. The church has beautiful old style pews that are beautifully kept. The entire inside is restored and even if not going to hear any kind of musical or church service, the church...More
My son just recently got married at the church and everyone there was beyond nice and helpful. Pastor Jeff did an exceptional job with the kids vows. Julia was so helpful as the wedding coordinator. The church is so full of history and just beautiful....More
We make a point to attend church services in this historic Congregational church in Brunswick during our summer visits to Maine. The architecture alone is a good reason to visit with exposed curved wood arches supporting the roof and oak woodwork throughout. And, be sure...More
I visited this church because I was stranded in the Nor'Easter and was staying in the hotel across the street from the church. I popped in on Sunday morning for service and slid into a pew. The wood work inside is gorgeous and the pastor's...More
First Parish Church is located adjacent to Bowdoin College, and it is instrumental in the history of Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain and his wife Fannie. It is also connected with Harriet Beecher Stowe, who wrote Uncle Tom's Cabin. It is an easy walk from the Chamberlain...More