The First Dutch Reformed Church and St. Peter and St. Paul Russian Orthodox Church in Jersey City

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The congregation purchased the building for $36,000 0n February 4,1909. Shortly after it was purchased the congregation began to redesign the building to conform to Eastern Orthodox architecture.

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The Free Reformed Dutch Church, Gothic Architecture, Reform Church, St. Peter and St. Paul Orthodox Church, Church, Orthodox Church, OCA, Orthodox Church of America, Jersey City, Hudson County, New Jersey, NJ, Jersey, The Garden State, Russian Orthodox Church, Russian Icon, Gateway, The Gateway Region

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