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Stop 06: Saint Joseph's Episcopal Church

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    The church, built in 1896, to serve a black congregation, formed in 1873, and represents the second oldest Episcopal congregation in Fayetteville. Most notable are five Resurrection windows from Tiffany & Co. in New York. A pipe organ built in 1857, is one of the oldest still in use in America, and has been powered by hand, water, gas, and now electricity.

    Hours: Exterior view, daily before dusk or by appointment only.

    Next Stop: Continue on Moore Street. Make a right onto Orange Street.

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