Category:First Church of Christ, Scientist (Manhattan)

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English: The First Church of Christ, Scientist — at 1 West 96th Street on the corner of Central Park West, in Manhattan, New York City. Originally built as the First Church of Christ, Scientist, it was reopened in 2001 by the Ever Increasing Faith Ministry, based in Los Angeles. In 2003, the original congregation, which had moved to the Second Church of Christ, sold the building to the ministry. In 2018, the Children's Museum of Manhattan acquired the building. The building was designed by Carrere & Hastings in the style of Nicholas Hawksmoor (a combination of English Baroque and French Beaux-Arts detailing), and was built in 1899-1903, and features stained-glass windows by John La Farge. It was designated a NYC landmark in 1974. (Sources: Guide to NYC Landmarks (4th ed.), AIA Guide to NYC (4th ed.), From Abyssinian to Zion (2004))} In 2018, the Children's Museum of Manhattan acquired the building.
Crenshaw Christian Center (en); 克倫肖基督教中心 (zh); Centre chrétien de Crenshaw (fr) Kirchengebäude in den Vereinigten Staaten (de); church building in California, United States of America (en); كنيسة في الولايات المتحدة الأمريكية (ar); église américaine (fr); kerkgebouw in Californië, Verenigde Staten van Amerika (nl)
Crenshaw Christian Center 
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