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Frederick Presbyterian Church
115 W. 2nd St.
Frederick, MD 21701
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The original church was built in 1780 at the corner of Bentz and Fourth Streets. The present church on West 2nd Street was completed in 1825 and served as a hospital where President Lincoln visited the wounded from nearby battles during the Civil War. Featured in the sanctuary is a Möller Pipe Organ, dating from 1897, banners of the Presbyterian faith and Roman arch stained glass windows. www.frederickpresbyterian.org icons: cannon, wheelchair and restrooms Handicap access through Heritage Hall, entrance between church and manse. ❖❖Sam Kirby, Native American Flute (4–4:30pm) ❖❖Miriam Meglan, Organ (4:30–5pm) ❖❖Janice Jackson, Voice (5–5:30pm) ❖❖Lisa Jarosinski, Voice (5:30–6pm) ❖❖Spires Brass Quintet (6–6:30pm) ❖❖Janice Jackson, Voice (6:30–7pm) ❖❖Nancy Beith, Piano (7–7:30pm) ❖❖Spires Brass Quintet (7:30–8pm) ❖❖Nancy Beith, Piano (8–8:30pm) ❖❖Miriam Meglan, Organ (8:30–9pm) ❖❖Public restrooms available
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