Plymouth Congregational Church, United Church of Christ, Seattle, 1200 Fifth Avenue Washington

Plymouth Congregational Church

    The Plymouth Congregational Church is currently located at 1200 Fifth Avenue, Seattle, Washington.   It was established in 1869 when founders met above a drug store in Pioneer Square. Congregation moved to its own property when Arthur Denny donated a parcel of land for the church on the corner of Second and Spring Street. Captain William Renton contributed lumbar for the first church.  This was dedicated in 1873.

     After the Great Seattle Fire of June 6, 1889, the church began a rebuilding plan. The church sold its corner lot to purchase 2 lots on on Third and University.    Plymouth outgrew its church on Third and University. and moved to its current local at 6th and University.  The building was dedicated in 1912.  The Church building was damaged in the earth quake of 1965 and was demolished.

Plymouth Plymouth Congregational Church

Plymouth Congregational Church

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