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St. James Episcopal Church

St. James Episcopal Church stands on the corner of Huntington and Federal Streets in New London, CT. It was built in 1850 of red New Jersey freestone and the Gothic Revival edifice was designed by architect Richard Upjohn. This is the third building the congregation has called home. Many of the parishioners at the time it was built were citizens who enjoyed the benefits of the very successful whaling and ensuing manufacturing industries in 19th and 20th century New London. Because of several benefactors, St. James has six stained glass windows designed by Louis Comfort Tiffany. This is the largest collection of Tiffany windows that can be seen in one building in all of New England. Today, multiple services are offered during the week both in person and virtually.

Address: 76 Federal St, New London, CT 06320
Distance from City Pier Water Taxi Landing: 0.5 Miles
Phone Number: 860-443-4989
Hours: Sunday church services are held weekly at 8AM and 10AM.

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