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A history of the origins of the Mission Evangelical Congregational Church (originally known as Finnish Congregational Church).

The three informal photos show Fr. Crowe at the dedication of the John A. Crowe Park, October 1, 1915. He is shown autographing a program. Fr. Crowe was pastor of St. Bridger's Parish and instrumental in obtaining land for the park. He was the…

This photo was taken soon after the construction of the building at the corner of Summer and Main Street. The reverse side of the photo has a note that reads "X mark rooms we had Sunday School in before church was built. Maple House Hotel, right…

The right photo shows Fr. Browne standing on the St. Bridget's Rectory in 1913. During his time St. Elizabeth's Chapel was built in West Acton and served by the Maynard clergy.

A pamphlet honoring Fr. Bilicky upon his Golden Anniversary of his Ordination (50 years). Fr. Bilicky served the St. Casimir's Church. Letters of tribute to Fr. Bilicky, testimonial dinner program, and a variety of photographs celebrating this…

A historical account of the Union Congregational Church of Maynard (Main Street) written at the time of their 100th anniversary

A booklet describing the objective of the Society, monthly Scripture readings, and a listing of the Society's Officers for 1903.

The origins and history of the town's Methodist church from 1867 through 1970.

Depicts the church, rectory, and pastor Rev. Jno. A. Crowe

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Top: Rev. Walter E. Brown, 1909-17; Parish Rectory; Rev. Edward F. Crowley, 1918-1930; Rev. Charles McGuire (Sweeney?); Rev. John A. Crowe, 1894-1905

Bottom: Rev. John McHugh, 1917-18; St. Elizabeth of Hungary Church, Acton (which was…

The Cadets were organized under the leadership of Major Rev. Charles A. Donahue, Curate at St. Bridget's. Shown in the center of the group photo: Sgt. William C. Coughlin, Bugles; Captain Harold V. Sheridan, Drill Master; Major Rev. Charles A.…

This could be at the dedication of the church after the conversion from the power house of the trolley line.

The church's cornerstone was laid on May 23, 1923 at the corner of Walnut and Thompson Streets. Its bell tower contains what used to be the curfew bell at the American Woolen Mill.
The pastor at that time was Rev. Johannes Vaanaren.

A photo of St. Bridget's Church interior.

A pen and ink drawing of the church mounted on a wood block to be hung on a wall.

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A. M. Osgood was the 21st minister of the Maynard Methodist Church serving from 1912-1917. The history of the church extends back to when the area was referred to as Assabet Village. Church organization was discussed at a meeting for the purpose of…

Originally serving the Finnish immigrant population in Maynard, this church started in 1894 and prospered through the years. In 1967 the church building moved to North Sudbury, but it is still considered to be a Maynard church.

A Journal celebrating the Jubilee Year of the St. Bridget's Parish, Maynard, MA - August 7,8,9, 1919.