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University Avenue Congregational Church, St. Paul

The congregation was formed in 1895 and worshipped in two prior buildings before hiring the eminent architect Clarence H. Johnston to design this church in 1908. A beautifully maintained example of the late 19th century Carpenter Gothic style, the building contains all the elements associated with this style including a corner tower topped with a witches’ hat spire, pointed arched Gothic windows, and delicate filigreed trim. The building is now occupied by St. Paul Fellowship.