Establishment : 1809
Height : 217 feet
Architect : Peter Banner
Nickname : Brimstone Corner
Address : 1 Park St., Boston, MA 02108, USA
Timings : Sunday (8:00 am to 8:00 pm)
Denomination : Conservative Congregational
Notable Events : First Sunday School in the US (1818), first prison aid (1824), first public statement opposing slavery (1829), establishment of the Animal Rescue League etc.
The tallest building in the country between 1810-1828, Park Street Church, also known as “Brimstone Corner,” in Downtown Boston is a Conservative Congregational church. Established by members of the Old South Meeting House, the church has been the site of many firsts for the country since its establishment.
Located at the corner of Tremont Street in Downtown Boston, Park Street Church was built in 1809 by Peter Banner, who was inspired by Christopher Wren’s work done on a London church. A prominent feature of this church is its steeple that stands tall at 217 feet, serving as a landmark. The church hosts regular Sunday services and is open to visitors in the summers.
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