Category:Saint Paul's Universalist Church (Meriden, Connecticut)

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English: This building in the center of Meriden, Connecticut was originally built in 1891-1893 as Saint Paul's Universalist Church. It later became the Unitarian Universalist Church of Meriden. In 2002, a shrinking congregation sold the building and moved to a former house at 328 Paddock Avenue. After an unsuccessful effort to turn the old church into a performance venue, one of its stained-glass windows, made by Louis Comfort Tiffany, was auctioned, and the church was sold in 2007 to a Pentecostal congregation, the Holy Word Foundation Ministries. Reference: