First Presbyterian Church

Local nameFirst Presbyterian Church
LocationTacoma, Washington, USA

First Presbyterian Church in Tacoma, Washington is a historic congregation founded in 1873. Its current Romanesque building was designed by noted church architect Ralph Adams Cram, Mr. Earl N. Dugan, who was locally in charge of construction, completed in 1925, and is a landmark of the Stadium District. In 2012 the church voted to leave the Presbyterian Church and affiliate with the more Evangelical, ECO: A Covenant Order of Evangelical Presbyterians. The church is adjacent to Tacoma Bible Presbyterian Church, which split off of First Presbyterian in 1935 and purchased the neighboring Scottish Rite Masonic Temple which fronts on the Wright Park Arboretum.

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Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/First_Presbyterian_Church_(Tacoma,_Washington)

Coordinates 47°15'48.383" N -122°26'50.463" E

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