This congregational church (with roots in the 16th century English Reformation) was founded in 1847 by a group of 21 people who named Henry Ward Beecher its very first pastor. Nicknamed "Grand Central Depot" because it was believed to have been a huge part of the Underground Railroad, the church has a rich history: Abraham Lincoln even worshipped there once. Today, the establishment is home to several events, including Easter egg hunts, weekend and weekday church services, choir concerts and women's bible study. For more information, visit plymouthchurch.org.
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