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Eleventh Street Methodist Episcopal Chapel

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NRHP Reference #  11000968
Added to NRHP  30 December 2011
Area  570 m²
Eleventh Street Methodist Episcopal Chapel
Location  543-547 E. 11th St., New York City
Built  c. 1856 (1856), 1868-1869, 1900-1901, 1930
Architect  Field, William, & Son; Jallade & Barber
Architectural style  Gothic Revival, Greek Revival, Colonial Revival
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Eleventh Street Methodist Episcopal Chapel, also known as the People's Home Church and Settlement, Russian Ukrainian Polish Pentecostal Church, and Father's Heart Ministry Center, is a historic Methodist Episcopal chapel located in the East Village neighborhood of Lower Manhattan, New York City. The chapel was built in 1868-1869, and is a raised two-story, three bay, gable front brick building. Originally constructed in a vernacular Gothic Revival style, it was altered between 1900 and 1901 in the Colonial Revival style. Associated with the chapel is the former rectory. It was built about 1856 as a four-story, three bay single family dwelling in a vernacular Greek Revival style. The rectory was converted to a settlement house in 1900-1901.

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2011.


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