All Saints Memorial Church

All Saints Memorial Church is an historic Episcopal church at 674 Westminster Street in Providence, Rhode Island. The current church building, a large brownstone structure with a flat-topped tower, was designed by architect Edward Tuckerman Potter in a Gothic, Tudor Revival style, and built from 1869-1872. It is the largest Episcopal church building in the state, and its only known Potter-designed church. The accompanying parish house is a Tudor Revival structure designed by Gorham Henshaw and built in 1909. The church building added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1980. ... more on Wikipedia

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