Grace Church, Rutherford, NJ


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Quick Facts:

Church

The original Church Building was erected upon the current site in 1872.

The original architecture selected is English Gothic, which is reflected in the use of internal arches with an external steep slate roof. The windows are narrow and arched with a trefoil motif.

The basic exterior construction is of un-coursed brownstone with a crenellated Bell Tower. The bell itself weighs 1,521 pounds. In 1988 the bell itself was renovated.

The Austin Organ Opus 2683 has 2 manuals, 20 ranks, and 25 stops. The organ has the ability to play chimes and the carillon.  

Grounds

The Church and facilities are contained in a corner lot on West Passaic Ave and Wood Street. The lot is approximately 200 feet on West Passaic Ave and 150 feet on Wood Street.

The Grounds are well cared for, with trees, shrubs, flowers and grass.

A Memorial Garden resides between the Church and the Rectory with the capacity to inter 300 urns.

 

 

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